Re: round robin and persistent

To: "ian" <ian.martins@xxxxxxxxxxxx>, "linuxvirtualserver" <lvs-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: round robin and persistent
From: Wayne <wayne@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2000 10:30:54 -0700
Persistent mode is sending all the requests to the same server, that is
the purpose.  If requests from same client being spread to few servers
that is not persistent any more.

At 01:21 PM 6/21/00 -0400, ian wrote:
>I've found that when persistence is set (even if its set to just 1 second)
>all requests from a single host are routed to the same RealServer..
>Regardless of the time between requests. I expected that since it is set to
>round robin, if there is a delay between requests longer than the
>persistence value, the request would go to the next RealServer. Can someone
>please explain.
>I'm using an unpatched redhat 6.2 kernel. (2.2.14-5)

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