CentOS is what we use. The biggest setup we’ve officially deployed
(not publicly, but internally) on is about 7 machines so far. We run
several RoR apps working as an SOA setup on that, with Mongrel
cluster, MySQL (master-master), etc. We don’t use lighttpd. We do
use Pound currently as a load balancer, but are in the process of
switching that (our production boxes use F5’s, although that load
balances across about 60 machines). I believe we’ll be going to Nginx
(with Swiftiply) shortly, if that will meet all our needs. HAProxy
would be the other choice, or may be used with that.
CentOS is basically just Red Hat Enterprise with all the logos and
such swapped out (that’s obviously dramatically simplifying, but
that’s how I think about it anyway).
On 6/25/07, sanjay suri [email protected] wrote:
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