How-to: Basic HAProxy Active/Backup Example Configuration (keepalived) for CentOS/RHEL 6

I had an earlier post regarding a basic HAProxy install that will work fine if your site(s) can tolerate some down time should something happen to your server/instance running HAProxy. While this might be acceptable for a personal site, it quickly becomes unacceptable should your business rely on your site being up without interruption. Luckily for you, it’s relatively simple to configure an HA pair of HAProxy load balancers.

Continue reading “How-to: Basic HAProxy Active/Backup Example Configuration (keepalived) for CentOS/RHEL 6”