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From Gregory Steuck <>
Subject Re: mod_proxy_http 2.1.5-HEAD connection pooling
Date Tue, 07 Jun 2005 16:33:10 GMT
Thanks for the response, Bill.

    Bill> Well, if you are playing in 2.1-dev, you better be using ajp
    Bill> in your scenario!  ajp13 is a binary protocol.  It consumes
    Bill> far fewer bytes, and far less cpu, composing the headers and
    Bill> decomposing them in coyote on the Tomcat side.

I was playing in 2.1-dev to see if I can use HTTP instead of AJP. If I
am to use AJP I will stick with 2.0 for now.

    Bill> The connection pooling and load balancing scenarios are
    Bill> primarily designed for 1:many scenarios.  Since that doesn't
    Bill> apply to your case, the distinction is insignificant.

The main point I was trying to make was that connection pooling did not
seem to work with mod_proxy_http in the configuration that I described.
Should I file it as a bug?


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