Using poll (startup with -dk) the request works properly.

Op vr 13 apr. 2018 08:29 schreef Willy Tarreau <>:

> Hi Pieter,
> On Fri, Apr 13, 2018 at 01:12:41AM +0200, PiBa-NL wrote:
> > To clarify the issue is not that haproxy uses cpu by looping, the issue
> is
> > that haproxy prevents the page from loading in the browser. The 'fix' on
> the
> > old version after the commit introducing the issue was to call the EV_SET
> > write delete *less* often. Or maybe my understanding of what is does is
> just
> > wrong :).
> Ah, sorry, maybe I'm mixing multiple problems, I understood it was looping.
> So if it's indeed missing events, it's different. Maybe we have an issue
> with a sequence of enable/disable on the polling, causing it to be disabled
> and not re-enabled sometimes. If you can test with "-dk" to disable kqueue
> and switch to poll, that will be great because I'll be able to test under
> the same conditions. And if it doesn't fail it will tell us it's really
> related to the kqueue poller.
> Willy

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