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II. Configuring a Linux Virtual Server Cluster

Building a Linux Virtual Server (LVS) system offers highly-available and scalable solution for production services using specialized routing and load-balancing techniques configured through the Piranha Configuration Tool. This part discusses the configuration of high-performance systems and services with Red Hat Enterprise Linux and LVS.

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