On Tue, 26 Aug 2008, Bryan Aldridge wrote:
> Joe thanks for the reply! Tim Mooney's post was the one I
> was referring to. In his post here
funny how he was doing it for years before anyone found out
> you can see his output and how he has a high number of
> inactive connections, where as mine is the opposite. I am
> using TLS,
umm, TLS (thread local storage?) just affects the
application, not the networking, right?
> but nothing is going through ldaps://, that is port 636.
> Read-only is what I'm after here too. Good thinking on
> the TCPdump. I may give that a shot.
you'll need to do it on the director and realserver to get
the whole picture.
> Actually I have a virtual http server set up as well using
> DR, and its working great - shows lots of inactive
> connections (like it should).
that's good to know.
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