Capistrano deployment in load balancer with sticky session

Hi,

I used to have a couple of applications running on a single server.
Now they have been migrated in two server, load balanced using sticky
sessions. They told me that files in the first server will be
replicated during the night to the secondary. I still have my old
Capistrano recipe to be updated. I thought I can create two different
environments, one for the first server, one for the second one,
something like production1 and production2; what do you think about
it? Do you have any suggestion or advice?

Why sticky sessions? I wasn’t my choice.

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