TCP/HTTP load balancer
'HAproxy' is a high-performance, highly-robust TCP/HTTP load balancer which provides cookie-based persistence, automatic failover, header insertion, deletion, modification on the fly, advanced logging contents to help trouble-shooting buggy applications and/or networks, and various other features. It uses its own state machine to achieve up to ten thousands hits per second on modern hardware, even with thousands of simultaneous connections. However, it currently lacks SSL and keep-alive (both of which are planned).
DocumentationEnglish user README available in HTML format from http://w.ods.org/tools/haproxy/README.txt; French user README available in HTML format from http://w.ods.org/tools/haproxy/README-fr.txt
released on 30 August 2016
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