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Jan. 14, 2022, 11:45 p.m. | /u/i7xxxxx

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So I am deploying something that needs to be somewhat HA and I want to deploy a few EC2 in both east and west behind ALBs. I intend on using weighted routing policies for DNS along with health checks based on CW metrics since this is in a private network and I just had a thought that is not making sense to me and looking for opinions.

If i make the health checks based on the percentage of 5xx errors reported then the health check should stop sending requests to …

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