Still, I gave it a shot, by sharing the filesystem with GlusterFS for the
/storage, and trying to enable stickyness in the Apache Load Balancer config and in Nexus config for the UI.
With the UI I am failing miserably, as it seems the Nexus container does not honor the properties for setting the cookie value; using the following configuration at the moment:
For the storage it seems to work, by limiting to
HEAD requests only, still have to try opening to
POSTs. I was also unsure about the possible collateral effects of scheduled jobs, so all were disabled in the "secondary" node.
Has anybody achieved some level of trustworthy configuration for load-balancing nexus? The UI is not actually important to be load-balanced, I would be happy enough with the storage.