Jul 08

How To Setup A Load Balancer

I’ve finally gotten to writting a new tutorial after a while without posting any new content. Also, in case you haven’t noticed, I have re-designed the site, so hopefully you’ll be able to enjoy it even more. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to setup a load balancer running on linux, with CentOS as the operating system of choice for this tutorial.
A load balancer distributes requests for services accross multiple servers, and in this tutorial I’ll be walking you through setting up crossroads load balancer.

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Feb 17

Dynamic DNS with 1&1

I’ve been using afraid.org FreeDNS as my dynamic dns servers for my domains registered with 1&1 for the past few years. They offer great service and have a large variety of options when it comes down to configuration and so forth. With that being said, just recently I started noticing their servers weren’t responding and my site all of a sudden went down since the dns data wasn’t getting updated. I’ve started doing searches on alternatives and found a few, but none as straight forward as FreeDNS from afraid.org … until last night.

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