On Wed, Nov 11, 2015 at 6:47 AM, Holger Just <hapr...@meine-er.de> wrote:

> As a loadbalancer however, HAProxy should always return a proper HTTP
> error if the request was even partially forwarded to the server. It's
> probably fine to just close the connection if the connect timeout stroke
> and the request was never actually handled anywhere but it should
> definitely return a real HTTP error if its the sever timeout and a
> backend server started doing anything with a request.
This would be my preferred behavior and actually what I thought haproxy was
already doing.


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