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From "Joseph Chiu" <jc...@spun.com>
Subject RE: No revolution today
Date Thu, 09 Nov 2000 21:19:46 GMT
Well, but if you don't need the root-context, then the load balancing
*should* work with other contexts.  You are using mod_jserv with APJ
Balancesets, right?

Joseph

-----Original Message-----
From: yhs@mimic.onesourcecorp.com [mailto:yhs@mimic.onesourcecorp.com]
Sent: Thursday, November 09, 2000 12:46 PM
To: tomcat-dev@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: Re: No revolution today




On Thu, 9 Nov 2000, Matthew Dornquast wrote:

> re>Our site (http://www.spun.com) runs multiple Apache servers with load
> balancers ("rotator box like BigIP") that distribute traffic over the
Apache
> servers.  We have a farm of Tomcat servers.  The session API's work for
us.
> The only problem is that Tomcat, as distributed, does not allow load
> balancing persistence for the root context.  We hacked a way around that
> (search the archives if you're interested) - but it's an admitted kludge.
> --------------
>
> Yes, I did see that, and while i admired the hack, it wont work in our
> situation. :)
>
> I'd really like to see this very old bug fixed.
>
> If for no other reason, it was stated it would work, and does not.
>
> -Matthew
>

its a big change. fix for 3.3 ? This would seriously nuke loadbalancing
for 3.2 if something was screwed up. besides, i'd rather see 3.2 stable
out after so many months (years?).
-Ys-
yhs@mimic.onesourcecorp.com




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