Bus error on SPARC64 for multiple operating systems

2018-06-09 Thread Pengcheng Xu
Hi all, I’ve recently got rid of the old Gentoo that still targets sparc32plus on my T5120 and switched to Debian sid for sparc64. Unfortunately, haproxy doesn’t work properly: SIGBUS happen here and there. Tweaking unrelated configuration options (such as load-balance or removing servers in

Re: regression testing for haproxy

2018-06-09 Thread Baptiste
Hi Fred, Amazing work. Looking forward to write some of those :) According to you, would it be compicated to automate tests on the DNS resolvers, the stats socket, etc... I mean, anything which is not really HTTP? Baptiste

Re: regression testing for haproxy

2018-06-09 Thread Aleksandar Lazic
Hi Frederic. On 07/06/2018 15:29, Frederic Lecaille wrote: On 06/07/2018 03:14 PM, Frederic Lecaille wrote: Hi all, We have recently worked in colloboration with Poul-Henning Kamp to use varnishtest regression testing (script driven) tool for Varnish HTTP Cache so that to modify it and make

Re: maxsslconn vs maxsslrate

2018-06-09 Thread Aleksandar Lazic
Hi Mihir. On 07/06/2018 14:47, Mihir Shirali wrote: Hi Alexander, I have looked at the link. What I am looking for is an answer to the difference between maxsslconn and maxsslrate. The former does not result in CPU savings while the latter does. Again the former does result in large number of

Re: consistently hash cookie to a header

2018-06-09 Thread Baptiste
On Fri, Jun 8, 2018 at 10:15 PM, Mike Torra wrote: > Hi - > > I am relatively new to using haproxy, and I am trying to figure out if it > is possible to use a consistent hashing algorithm to hash a cookie value in > to a separate header. This seems very similar to how you would use a >