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Load balancing in MTS

Load balancing in MTS

Load balancing in MTS

Can I achieve load balancing with MTS? I run an array of applications on NT (PIII-800Mhz, 384MB RAM,18 GB RAID implementation) IIS and MTS combination.

The database is MS-SQL server.

The problem is that an app with multiple options fails to respond for some options while it does perform as expected for others. All the options work well generally. I have noticed this when the traffic goes up.

Can anybody provide some hints on what can be done to avoid this?

RE: Load balancing in MTS

MTS 2.0 does not support load balancing.  :(

But there are static and dynamic load balancing techniques that you can apply to your distributed system to achieve what MTS can't do. Check out MSDN for the techniques.  


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