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From Andrew Stribblehill <a.d.stribbleh...@durham.ac.uk>
Subject Balancer manager: bug and feature request
Date Mon, 24 Jul 2006 09:13:34 GMT
That is, "bug" and "feature request", not "bug and feature" request.

As I reported in
http://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=39907
I'm finding that with the worker MPM and a pristine httpd 2.2.2 on an
i386 Debian platform, changes I make to the configuration within
balancer-manager will periodically reset -- and it's faster under
load.

I can see the code where the config is being set, but I don't quite
know whether this is process-local or not. If so, this would explain
the symptoms.

If someone could point me in the right direction, I'll have a bash at
fixing this bug.


The feature request: sometimes we need to take down an origin server
on a planned basis. The app is session-based so we can't just
disable it completely. Is there any reason I shouldn't be able to set
the load factor for an origin server to 0? At present it's
constrained to the range 1..100 inclusive. If I had some form of
session replication, I could use route-redirect and then just disable
it, but this is not possible for me.

Thanks

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