For load balanced failover, you have several options available. On the load balancer side of the equation, you could use
a standard load balancing switch such as F5, Cisco CSS and Foundry. Alternatively, you could also use balance or its
commercial equivalent, BalanceNG. The article titled Taking a load off: Load balancing with balance provides a good
overview of how to use balance.
On the zones side of things, create as many non-global zones as you like per physical server. The only hard requirement
per zone is that each non-global must have its own IP address.
I will see if I can throw together a howto on my blog some time this week.
On Jun 25, 2010, at 4:36 AM, gaurav saxena wrote:
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