Thus spake Roger Marquis:
> Round robin DNS, URL redirection et al. are poor substitutes for
> setting up a server that can handle the load.
Only if you think of a server as a lone machine. I don't think you
have a problem with running a pre-forking server on a heavily loaded
machine (it's really becoming the only option, it would seem), and
this is just moving it to a more distributed model.
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