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From Jess Holle <je...@ptc.com>
Subject Re: mod_jk 1.2.17+ Recover time
Date Tue, 18 Jul 2006 18:58:40 GMT
Is the 60 seconds hard-coded?

I'd hope not...

Once you have some interesting web apps in Tomcat it often takes a bit 
longer than 10 seconds -- and on my laptop just took a full 60 seconds, 
but that is rather unusual (a restart thereafter only took 18).

David Rees wrote:
> I've been testing the 1.2.17 (soon to be 1.2.18) release and have
> noticed a problem in worker recovery.
>
> If I restart a Tomcat instance and mod_jk notices that it went down,
> mod_jk waits 60 seconds recovery time before it tries again (see
> jk_lb_worker.h WAIT_BEFORE_RECOVER and struct jk_shm_worker
> recover_wait_time).
>
> However, Tomcat will typically recover in just a handful of seconds so
> this results in nearly a minute of downtime when downtime should only
> be perhaps 10 seconds.
>
> Compounding this problem it doesn't appear to be possible to override
> this behavior either through the worker configuration and the status
> module forces a minimum of 60 seconds.
>
> The only workaround to this problem I see is to setup a Tomcat
> cluster, but this isn't feasible in all cases.
>
> I'm more than happy to help work up a patch to allow configuring of
> this parameter in the workers file and to allow a lower minimum
> recover_wait_time as well if such a patch would be accepted. Of
> course, if a mod_jk developer can cook it up quickly that is fine too,
> I will test it.
>
> -Dave
>
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