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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 35901] - jk 1.2.14 - Worker stop action does not hold
Date Mon, 08 Aug 2005 15:21:05 GMT
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chuck.sumpter@lmco.com changed:

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             Status|RESOLVED                    |REOPENED
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------- Additional Comments From chuck.sumpter@lmco.com  2005-08-08 17:21 -------
(In reply to comment #8)
> This works although it might give some problems with already
> opened browsers and hitting 'refresh'.
> 
> If you open a new browser instance the values will be shown correctly.
> Even for the existing browsers the correct values will be shown after
> 60 seconds, and that depends on the browser itself an how it deals with
> 'Pragma: no-cache' header.
> 
> I see this as irrelevant for any 'normal' usage of the lb manager.
> 

A Browser refresh retained the settings after the use of the Disabled check box
and the Update Worker button.  

"values will be shown correctly".  Do you mean by this, that the
workers.properties will be read and those values displayed.  If this is true,
then the update worker dynamically is pretty worthless. 

"'Pragma: no-cache' header" The application I support uses this header. We've
never had any problems with it. 

"I see this as irrelevant for any 'normal' usage of the lb manager." One has to
wonder what you call 'normal'?  

Let me frame my response from the perspective of someone moving from JK2 to
jk1.2.14.  We made heavy use of the Disabled flag in the workers2.properties to
shut off new sessions to a worker (jvmroute).  Under JK2, when this setting was
changed and the reset link used on the jkstatus page, the disabled setting was
retained until changed.  

My expectations for jk1.2.14 were that it would act in a similar manner.  If
that was a bad assumption, then what does dynamic configuration mean.  I've read
every scrap of doc I can find on this topic.  If I missed something, please
point me to where this is discussed.

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