If the Administrative WebStation is in configure mode, you can add, remove, and configure domains.
Note: The order in which you select servers is the order in which they will be contacted. For more information, see Adding, Removing, and Configuring Domains.
The Peak Load is the maximum number of concurrent sessions a server can handle while maintaining acceptable performance. Host Integrator domains use this parameter to perform load balancing calculations; the higher the ratio between the number of current sessions on a server and its peak load, the more loaded a server is.
Every time a model or session request is made to the domain, the primary domain server obtains the current load from each server in the domain in order to load balance the request. The primary domain server then assigns the session to the least loaded server. All servers within a domain can handle load balancing duties, and as long as one server within a domain is active, the domain is active.
By default, peak load is set to 50, but you should set this number to a load that will give you the best performance.
For example, if you have 3 servers and set them all to have a peak load of
20, you could service 60 sessions and the load would be spread evenly across
them. If you set the peak load to 10, 20,and 30 respectively, the system would
still support 60 sessions. The server with a peak load of 10 would be assigned
1 client for every 2 assigned to the server with a peak load of 20. Similarly,
the server with a peak load of 10 would be assigned 1 client for every 3 assigned
to the server with a peak load of 30.
To remove a domain, select it in the Administrative WebStation navigation tree, and then click Remove above the navigation tree.