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From "Vadim Permakoff (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Issue Comment Edited: (HTTPCLIENT-643) Provide fail-over for multi-home remote servers (if one server in a farm goes down)
Date Sat, 20 Oct 2007 00:43:50 GMT

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vadim62 edited comment on HTTPCLIENT-643 at 10/19/07 5:43 PM:
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I see. This is what I did not mention: I registered http protocol with MultiHomeProtocolSocketFactory
and https with MultiHomeSSLProtocolSocketFactory.

  // register custom http and https protocols
  static
  {
    Protocol protocolHttp = new Protocol("http",
                                     (ProtocolSocketFactory)new MultiHomeProtocolSocketFactory(),
                                     DEFAULT_HTTP_PORT);
    Protocol.registerProtocol("http", protocolHttp);
    Protocol protocolHttps = new Protocol("https",
                            (ProtocolSocketFactory)new MultiHomeSSLProtocolSocketFactory(),
                            DEFAULT_HTTPS_PORT);
    Protocol.registerProtocol("https", protocolHttps);
  }

I did not need to change any code in HTTP Client (which I like a lot, nice architecture!),
just created these 2 Factories and registered in my other class. In this case the MultiHomeProtocolSocketFactory.createSocket()
will be called from ControllerThreadSocketFactory.createSocket().


      was (Author: vadim62):
    I see. This is what I did not mention: I registered http protocol with MultiHomeProtocolSocketFactory
and https with MultiHomeSSLProtocolSocketFactory.

  // register custom http and https protocols
  static
  {
    Protocol protocolHttp = new Protocol("http",
                                     (ProtocolSocketFactory)new MultiHomeProtocolSocketFactory(),
                                     DEFAULT_HTTP_PORT);
    Protocol.registerProtocol("http", protocolHttp);
    Protocol protocolHttps = new Protocol("https",
                            (ProtocolSocketFactory)new MultiHomeSSLProtocolSocketFactory(),
                            DEFAULT_HTTPS_PORT);
    Protocol.registerProtocol("https", protocolHttps);
  }

I did not need to change any code in HTTP Client (which I like a lot, nice architecture!),
just created these 2 Factories and registered in my other class.

  
> Provide fail-over for multi-home remote servers (if one server in a farm goes down)
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: HTTPCLIENT-643
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HTTPCLIENT-643
>             Project: HttpComponents HttpClient
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: HttpClient
>    Affects Versions: 3.1 RC1
>         Environment: All environments
>            Reporter: Vadim Permakoff
>            Priority: Minor
>             Fix For: 4.0 Beta 1
>
>         Attachments: MultiHomeProtocolSocketFactory.java, MultiHomeSSLProtocolSocketFactory.java
>
>
> The HTTP Client does not provide automatic fail-over for multi-home remote servers (web-farm)
if one server in a farm goes down

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