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From Klaus Wagner <kl...@it-austria.net>
Subject Re: Working on mod_jk
Date Mon, 14 Aug 2006 13:32:26 GMT
On Fri, 2006-08-11 at 09:51 +0200, Jean-frederic Clere wrote:
> Rodrigo Ramele wrote:
> 
> > Hello Jean, !
> > Thanks for answering....I didn't explain myself very well.  I meant: I 
> > need
> > to keep track each one of the JSESSIONID  and the worker  where the
> > 'Set-Cookie' header comes from, so when a new Request with this cookie
> > arrives again (from the browser) i would properly redirect it to the 
> > correct
> > worker, where the tomcat that created this cookies is connected.
> 
> Yep. My question was: How do you decide in httpd that a JSESSIONID is 
> not longer valid to remove the corresponding element in your hashtable?
As having this done for another project the solution is quite simple:

1. for every id in the hashtable record a timestamp/counter
2. (re)set the timecounter every time the sessionid shows up (both
directions would be great - else user->server is sufficent)
3. make the sessiontimeout "managable" meaning an option in the config
file. Normally the Applaction Layer Sessions have defined timeouts.
Otherwise use a higher value then the Application reasonable does or as
high as possible without doing too much pressure on the system.
4. the tricky part: have a) a watchdog that clears invalid sessions in
idle time or b) clear sessions before looking for them (causes some
performance issues)


regards Klaus


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