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From "Ryan Murray" <ryan.mur...@elementn.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Apache 2.2 and proxy_balancer - tcp session pipelining
Date Sun, 13 May 2007 22:18:59 GMT
 
Hi Andy

> Hi, Ryan
> 
> On 11 May 2007, at 15:46, Ryan Murray wrote:
> 
> >> Now, what I want to do this time is configure my reverse  proxy 
> >> server to open several connections to each of the back end worker 
> >> servers when the proxy starts to my back end hosts so that the tcp 
> >> session can be pipelined, thus preventing the burden of 
> creating and 
> >> tearing down tcp sessions on the back end boxes for new visitor 
> >> requests.
> > If you are using the preform MPM you have one server 
> process for each 
> > Apache worker.  Therefore each apache worker opens exactly one 
> > connection to the back end so max per worker always == 1 and your
> > "real max" connections to the backend <= number of Apache 
> workers.   
> > With the Prefork MPM, I don't believe there is way to limit 
> the number 
> > of Apache workers which will actually open connections to 
> the backend.
> 
> Thanks for your reply.  What I am looking to do is ensure 
> that a minimum number of connections are always open to the 
> back end web- servers.  This should improve cluster 
> performance at quiet times & service restart.
> 

Well from my experince the MPM prefork MinServers will essentially be your
min number of connections.  I've haven't used a the worker MPM in some time
as I need mod_cache.

I can't say I've ever checked to see if the HTTP connector keeps the
connections open but I know the AJP proxy does.  I was under the impression
that the HTTP connector will also - might you have an issue with the backend
closing the connections rather than Apache?  Could your backend have an
HTTP/1.1 compliance issue? Just throwing out ideas.

Ryan

Ryan 


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