RE: Persistence and source port of connections

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Subject: RE: Persistence and source port of connections
From: "Doron Rabia" <DoronR@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 17:04:27 +0200
>It sounds like you want persistent client connections. Why not just bump up
>the "persistent=" value to however long your application holds the socket
>open on the real server, or did I miss something?
>I Don't know why it is different between the Director and the RS though...

Persistance does not help at this case, as the expired connections on the RS 
are regenerated by ldirector , however on different port number.
Of course this could be expected as a normal behavior, but the application is 
actually registering the socket , so it also remembers the connection's
port number. On the ldirector node , this does not happen as the connection
still lives after it's timeout has passed. In this case , the application
is statisfied because it has a link to the same socket.
Any ideas ?



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