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From "Florian S." <>
Subject [users@httpd] mod_proxy: Status-Flags vs. 'Hard-Disabling' for BalancerMembers
Date Mon, 31 Aug 2009 16:31:11 GMT
Hi all!

I have a short question: What ist the advantage of the 'disabled'-flag

	BalancerMember status=+D route=2

since it would be as easy to disable it with a hash-comment (or strip it

	#BalancerMember route=2

Sounds more 'safe' to me ;-). Are there any issues with that? (Caching,
active connections, etc..) What's the difference? Or should I use the
'stopped'-flag in addition?
The backend should be disabled for for example maintaining purposes.

Kind regards:
	Florian Schröder

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