Motion - Support Question 2005x 06x 21x 101559

Sharing request between 2 motion server

Question

Hello,

I wanted to install motion server on 2 different server and with an ip virtual address share request between the 2 different server.

Is here any problem with that kind of configuration ?

Sorry for my poor english frown, sad smile

Many thanks for the answer

Environment

Motion version: 3.2.1
ffmpeg version:  
Libraries: curl, xmlrpc, ffmpeg, mysql, postgresql
Server OS: Linux RedHat enterprise

-- ChantreuilLuc - 21 Jun 2005

Answer

Can you perhaps explain a little more what you are trying to do. I am not sure I understand.

-- KennethLavrsen - 21 Jun 2005


-- ChantreuilLuc - 21 Jun 2005

Hello,

I want to install 2 motion servers. I want to reach the 2 servers via a virtual ip address to do loadbalancing. Do You know if this kind of configuration is relevant ? I wonder if the end-user will get a correct motion video result ?


---------
Server   Server
motion1   Motion2

--------- ip1 ip2
 
 
----------------
Alteon
Loadbalacing
---------------- virtual ip

the end-user send http request to the virtual ip with do loadbalancing between the 2 servers.

Many thanks for your help

-- ChantreuilLuc - 21 Jun 2005

It is still not very obvious what you want to do.

You want to run two machines with two motions and two cameras?

You want to stream? You want to present still pictures or saved mpeg files?

-- KennethLavrsen - 22 Jun 2005

Each motion server is configured with the same list of network cameras (thread1.conf, thread2.conf, ...).

The video streaming is shown by the end-user on a web page with the motion web server via the MjpegProxy (nph-mjprox) and the cambozola applet via an ip virtual address.

-- ChantreuilLuc - 23 Jun 2005

Well. It seems you are doing a normal load sharing thing and I do not see why it would not work.

-- KennethLavrsen - 27 Jun 2005
Topic revision: r6 - 27 Jun 2005, KennethLavrsen
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