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Re: Error: Platform does not allow HA applications



Sadly, DNS does not make a good load balancer. In order to really take advantage of this feature, one needs an external load balancer that will balance the traffic between the multiple proxy gears; that's what the DNS record would be pointed at. The plan is to provide a component for LB in the future.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Marian Ignev" <m ignev gmail com>
To: "Brenton Leanhardt" <bleanhar redhat com>
Cc: users lists openshift redhat com
Sent: Monday, December 9, 2013 5:29:45 AM
Subject: Re: Error: Platform does not allow HA applications




Hi Brenton, 
this means in my case i use Amazons route 53 and if I enable this option this will create one record in DNS which will balance the traffic between multi gears on the nodes instead of creating HA proxy in one gear that will balance the load? Is that correct? 






2013/12/9 Brenton Leanhardt < bleanhar redhat com > 


+++ Marian Ignev [09/12/13 02:33 +0200]: 




Hi guys, 
on my private openshift installation i want to allow ha for my user but 
oo-admin-ctl-user show me this error: Error: Platform does not allow HA 
applications. Does anybody knows what means that? 

By default ALLOW_HA_APPLICATIONS is set to false in 
/etc/openshift/broker.conf. Setting it to true will allow the 
platform to create multiple HA proxy servers. Today this requires 
integration with a DNS provider (ideally one that supports this 
directly) to route traffic to the gears. 




Thanks in advance. 



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