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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 28161] - Replication messages get lost with AsyncSocketSender
Date Mon, 05 Apr 2004 16:39:43 GMT
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Replication messages get lost with AsyncSocketSender





------- Additional Comments From rainer.jung@kippdata.de  2004-04-05 16:39 -------
Maybe interesting: a simple "Hello World" JSP does NOT trigger the problem. But 
once I add a scriptlet <%session.setAttribute("COUNT",new Integer(10));%>
the problem arises.

I can now reproduce without any apache or mod_jk involvement. I just start a 2 
node cluster and call the JSP via direct HTTP connections to node #1 200 times 
with a delay between calls of 100ms.

After calling 200 times, I can find 200 sessions on node #1, but only between 
170 and 195 sessions on node 2. I check session count via /manager/html, but I 
also added debug output to see, that some sessions are indeed missing.

I try to go deeper into cluster messages and the queue handling.

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