I am using gRPC on both sides, both in C++. The client sends asynchronous
requests. A new channel is created (and destroyed) with every request.
On Friday, April 13, 2018 at 2:09:48 PM UTC-4, Tim Hockin wrote:
> What are you using for a client? Is it by chance http and written in go?
> Some client libraries, including Go's http, aggressively reuse connections.
> If you try with something like exec netcat, I bet you see different results.
> BTW, one might argue that if you depend on RR, you will eventually be broken.
> You would have to do that client side or in your own LB.
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