The IP that had >300 connections looked like a large facility so it
may have been multiple users. Right now I am seeing a max of 19
established connections from a single IP, those connections aren't
present on the end realserver though. I do see one NONE entry for
What do you mean terminating somewhere other than the realserver?
Terminating from the source?
On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 8:44 AM, Simon Horman <horms@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 07:48:55AM -0600, James Devine wrote:
>> The connections are all in an established state on the load balancer,
>> I am doing netstat -an on the actual destination real server, which
>> does not show any connections from the real source ip. I am using
>> persistent connections, which do show an expiration on the
>> connections. Is the persistent setting why they are not clearing?
> No, I don't think so.
> Activating persistence means that persistence templates will be created for
> each client that connects. These can be identified as entries in the
> connection table with 0 as the source port. However these entries should
> be in the NONE state, so they shouldn't causing the behaviour that you are
>> Some IPs show >300 established connections when the realserver shows
> That does sound somewhat curious. Is that >300 established connections
> from a single end-user?
> I would tend to suspect that actually are being terminated somewhere
> other than the real-server you are checking.
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