How to organize load balancing between the two pools in IIS 7 (win2008)?

Problem: when updating the website some features do not work, identify the heavy queries to the database. It is necessary to ensure continuous user access to the service.


In connection with the regular problems during the upgrade of the website, originated the idea of balancing between the active project and test (test to give 10% of requests).


In the idea, in the presence of nginx and store sessions in the database, it could be done. But this staging server now and never pridviditsya.


Question: is it possible to arrange the balancing without using another server right in win2008?
October 8th 19 at 02:43
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October 8th 19 at 02:45
Look away ARR
Storing session in DB is not required.
1) ARR seems to be allows you to attach the session to the backend
2) you Can use State Server to store sessions, but it is necessary carefully (can sink a performance) and not when you want 10% of users, and when there is a desire to cheat the number of pool processes to more than one

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