Hello Rick
I haven't worked a lot on this, but if you want I can provide my 
resin.xml : in my application I have one resin front loadbalancer, with 
N application servers (all IP are known) and potentially 2 mysql db 
servers .

I use resin 4.0.13 pro on linux debian

On 09/11/12 03:11, Rick Mann wrote:
> I've used Resin for 6 or 8 years now, ever since working at a company that 
> used it.
>
> I use it for a lot of little personal projects and web sites, nothing very 
> substantial. But there's a chance that something I did recently will grow, 
> and I'm looking at how to use Resin with Rackspace virtual hosts.
>
> I'm finding it hard to get through some of Caucho's concepts. How is a web 
> server different from an app server? Is a web server the same as a load 
> balancer? All my apps run completely self-contained on a single server, 
> talking to a MySQL instance running on the same machine, using Hibernate and 
> no special caching.
>
> I'm having a hard time quickly learning how to move from that environment to 
> the triad and elastic servers. Can I take the intermediate step of running 
> just two servers?
>
> How does load balancing work? I've only ever used a Big IP F5. Do I want to 
> bother with Rackspace's load balancers?
>
> Stuff like that. Is there a good introductory document (not just a set of 
> slides)? So far, everything I've read assumes a certain level of knowledge.
>
> Thanks,
>

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