I want to create a simple load balancer for the two servers.
The problem is with CNAME records, I think.
Let's say I have two the same applications on AppFog.com.
app1.aws.af.cm and app2.aws.af.cm
Here is my haproxy.cfg file:
global maxconn 2000 daemon defaults mode http clitimeout 60000 srvtimeout 30000 contimeout 4000 option httpclose listen http_proxy bind [myip]:80 mode http stats enable stats auth user:passwd stats uri /stats balance source option httpchk option forwardfor server host01 app1.aws.af.cm:80 maxconn 300 check server host02 app2.aws.af.cm:80 maxconn 300 check
But this only resolving IP for domain app1.aws.af.cm and app2.aws.af.cm, which obviously doesn't work if I open this IP in web browser.
The problem is that AppFog doesn't have public IP for application (same as OpenShift).
How to do that Haproxy to perform a proper connection between Load Balancer and this two servers?
This is real app - http://freechat.eu01.aws.af.cm
Haproxy only resolves IP for this domain which is 184.108.40.206:80
Of course this IP will not show my application, only an error page.
Sorry for my poor English.