I am attempting to debug a configuration of servers, database, web servers and other components that I am trying to load balance with haproxy and keep synchronized with zookeeper. I’ve reached a point where I need to see what is going on in the network to troubleshoot why it is not working as desired.
Are there recommendations for a tool or tools that I can use to do this? I’ve got a combination of Win 7 and CentOS 6.4 configurations.
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I need to be able to see what¹s happening when apps are trying to talk to each other. Part of it is the learning curve, but it would surely help if there were more visibility to the underlying chatter.
Juan Jiménez Electric Cloud, Inc. Sr. Solutions Engineer - US Northeast Region Mobile +1.787.464.5062 | Fax +1.617-766-6980 [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.electric-cloud.com <http://www.electric-cloud.com/>
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