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AlanBaban2000 edited comment on GUACAMOLE-283 at 7/17/17 9:24 AM:
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thanks Nick for commenting on this.
i can see the first option achievable with little bit of work. as i now have 
load balancing working with HAproxy.
is there any more information on this you can share - or any articles you are 
aware off?

Thanks 
Alan Baban 


was (Author: alanbaban):
thanks Nick for commenting on this.
i can see the first option achievable with little bit of work. as i now have 
load balancing working with HAproxy.
is there any more information on this you can share - or any articles you are 
aware of?

Thanks 
Alan Baban 

> HA in Guacamole
> ---------------
>
>                 Key: GUACAMOLE-283
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/GUACAMOLE-283
>             Project: Guacamole
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>          Components: guacamole-client, guacamole-server
>    Affects Versions: 0.9.12-incubating
>            Reporter: Thiago dos Santos Nunes
>
> A great feature for guacamole would be high availability both on the client 
> (mainly) and on the server.
> In the client the ideal would be to be able to at least be able to block by 
> the number of simultaneous connections even having an environment with 
> several vms or containers.
> I currently have an environment with 3 guacamole servers with Tomcat 8 
> running behind a HAPROXY. But I lose the block by simultaneous connection (I 
> charge my clients for simultaneous connection) and I can not give up having 
> more than one vm, because if one falls I lose all. It would also be great if 
> the user does not need to log in again if they go to another server (session 
> permanence). Today I work with hundreds of simultaneous users from different 
> places.
> It would also be very good to be able to separate the client from the server 
> and be able to work on HA on the server as well.
> My Environment:
> 3x Guacamole server and client: 0.9.12
> Database and Authentication: MySQL (another vm)
> File Server: SFTP (another vm)
> I alread commented this on:
> https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/GUACAMOLE-189



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