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MOREBALANCE(1)		     MoreBalance Handbook		MOREBALANCE(1)

NAME
       morebalance - a sophisticated load balancing tool

SYNOPSIS
       morebalance [options]

DESCRIPTION
       In  order to make internet services more	reliable and scalable, a whole
       bunch of	clustering and load balancing tools has	been created.  Most of
       them  are  much	more powerful than morebalance ever intends to be, but
       for smaller installations this program should be	sufficient.

       Port forwarding,	load balancing and (to a certain  degree)  quality  of
       service	can be handled.	 Additionally, protection against DoS-type at-
       tacks is	built in, which	dynamically locks out IP addresses.

       MoreBalance runs	as a daemon  which  restarts  itself  should  it  ever
       crash. While no output is produced normally, verbosity can be increased
       in the configuration file which gives some statistics.

OPTIONS
       -c, --configuration=file
	      Use this configuration file instead  of  the  default  (a	 local
	      morebalance.conf file).

       -i, --immediate=string
	      Instead  of  a  configuration file, use a	one-line configuration
	      option directly from the command line.

       -d, --daemon
	      Run in daemon mode. This way, no status messages are printed  to
	      the console.  This is highly recommended for server mode.

       -h, --help
	      Display  a  coprehensive help screen describing all the possible
	      command line options, and	exit.

       -v, --version
	      Display the version number and exit.

       -s, --spec
	      Display the internal build specifications	and exit.

SEE ALSO
       morebalance.conf(5)

AUTHOR
       Josef Spillner <josef@coolprojects.org>

MoreBalance			  30.05.2004			MOREBALANCE(1)

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