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|0002268||[Resin]||minor||always||12-19-07 11:18||12-20-07 14:47|
|Summary||0002268: mod_caucho not using consistent secondary server|
(rep by D Wigenfors)
We are using resin-pro-3.0.24, and we are using mod_caucho with apache
2.2 for load-balancing between the resin-servers.
I've done a test with a 4 server setup, one apache/mod_caucho, and 3
resins. If I access the site with no cookie, I get a sessioncookie from
a random resin-server, for example: cbaCKfGlR-2aM6tPNfoBr.
Subsequent requests stay on that server, and the way we verified this is
by using a webpage printing out the session-cookie and the current
If server 'c' is then stopped, subsequent requests should, as I
understand it, go to server 'b', but when reloading the page printing
out instance-names, It gets thrown between the two remaining servers.
First server 'a', and after a reload, server 'b', then server 'a' again
etc. When server c is started again, the request returns to server c and
stays there for subsequent requests.
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|12-19-07 11:18||sam||New Issue|
|12-20-07 14:47||ferg||Assigned To||=> ferg|
|12-20-07 14:47||ferg||Status||new => closed|
|12-20-07 14:47||ferg||Resolution||open => fixed|
|12-20-07 14:47||ferg||Fixed in Version||=> 3.1.5|
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