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From "Angus Mezick" <amez...@guidestar.org>
Subject RE: JK2 LB_FACTOR problem
Date Thu, 26 Feb 2004 15:00:32 GMT
Ok the attachment didn't work.  Please view this link:
http://phoenix.inetsolve.com:8080/angusBlog/GUIDESTARjkstatus.html

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Angus Mezick 
> Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2004 9:58 AM
> To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
> Subject: JK2 LB_FACTOR problem
> 
> 
> I have a cluster of 5 apache-tomcat pairs.  I set a lb_factor for the
> local tomcat to 100 and the lb_factor for the other 4 tomcat's to 1.
> When I look at the jkstatus I see this result:
> 
> id 	name 	lb_factor	lb_value	route	errorState
> graceful	epCount	errorTime
> 2	web02WWW:8019 	1	192	web02WWW:8019	N	N
> 6	0
> 3	web03WWW:8019 	100	200	web03WWW:8019	N	N
> 1	0
> 4	web04WWW:8019 	1	191	web04WWW:8019	N	N
> 3	0
> 5	web05WWW:8019 	1	191	web05WWW:8019	N	N
> 2	0
> 6	web06WWW:8019 	1	191	web06WWW:8019	N	N
> 3	0
> 7	web03Members:8019 	100	100	web03	N	N
> 0	0
> 8	web04Members:8019 	1	7	web04	N	N
> 1	0
> 
> Why the heck to the workers with a lb_factor of 1 get a lb_value of
> 19[1-2]?  What is lb_value?  I am expecting for ever 104 
> requests worker
> 3 will get 100 of them and workers 2,4,5,6 will get 1 each.  
> Am I wrong.
> From the behaviour I have been seeing it seems that I am.  I have
> attached a copy of my jkstatus output so you can see my 
> complete config.
> 
> Angus Mezick
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> 
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