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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 38329] - isapi_redirect.dll returns application not available when application stopped in Manager
Date Sat, 21 Jan 2006 14:37:22 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From ksaye@saye.org  2006-01-21 15:37 -------
Mladen,
  I suspect I am not being clear.  In the http://127.0.0.1:8080/manager I do 
not see a disable.  Let me try to explain differently.

  Imaging the setup where you have 2 IIS servers (web1 and web2), each using 
isapi_redirect.dll to communicate to 2 Tomcat servers (TC1 and TC2).  web1 has 
a higher lbfactor to TC1 and web2 has a higher lbfactor to TC2.  All is good 
and evenly balanced.  Both TC servers house an application 
called /application1.
  Now you decide you want to "stop" /application1 on TC1 to do some work.  You 
use manager (http://TC1:8080/manager) to stop the applicaiton and do some 
work.  At this point, web1 still sees that TC1 is up and answering on 8009.  
TC1 is also serving content - in the form of an HTML page stating "Application 
Unavailable".
  What I am suggesting is that isapi_redirect.dll on web1 detect 
the "Application Unavailable" message and fail over to TC2.

Is this clear and can you see the benefit?

Kevin

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