On Thu, 3 Apr 2008, pierrick grasland wrote:
But how do you work with persistence ? (actually, with -p options).
Each call during the interval go to the same server, and then, do you reset
the timer for each new call) or no ?
I'd defer to Horms on this if he thinks otherwise but... I
wouldn't do it that way. There's all sorts of problems with
using a timer in the lvs (-p) persistence to detect a
returning client and I'm trying to convince people to move
to the -SH scheduler instead.
The -SH scheduler addresses the same problem, but by
scheduling on the CIP. As long as the client doesn't change
IPs within their session, then you're OK (this is valid
except for people using pathologically configured proxy
I don't know if you can us the CIP to uniquely identify a
client in SIP. If not, you'll have to do it on call-id.
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