Microsoft’s Web Farm Framework is one of the load balancing techniques you can use with Sitefinity CMS. To setup a web farm, you must have a controller server that will host the web farm and servers that will be connected in a web farm.
Perform the following procedure:
IMPORTANT: Only the controller must have Web Farm Framework. All servers that are part of the web farm must have Application Request Routing for IIS 7.0.
NOTE: Because you have disabled Application and Platform provisioning, all of the servers are set to the Secondary role.
Once you have created and configured your cluster, you must configure Sitefinity CMS for load balancing. For more information, see Configure Sitefinity CMS for load balancing.
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