Sorry to wake up an old thread, but I'm very concerned by the lack of
"architecture guide" documentation with HAProxy.
Did we make any progress on this topic?
On Sun, Jun 10, 2018 at 09:27:09AM +0200, Baptiste wrote:
> Hi Willy,
> I don't see anywhere DNS over TCP mentioned.
I have reported what I'm aware people are currently working on, as you
know I don't want to speculate anymore about what would be nice to have
if someone was
I don't see anywhere DNS over TCP mentioned.
>From my point of view (and integration with consul / kubernetes), it's an
important topic and I'd like to get it done by 1.9, ideally.
I have not checked yet how this could be implemented in HAProxy, but I
don't really feel comfortable to do
Thanks all for the amazing work :)
I just like to focus on a particular point:
- wiki : we all know that the architecture guide is obsolete, everyone
> wants to refresh it and nobody can because it's a tedious task that
> no single person can address, and nobody anymore knows all
Finally I found the time to write a answer.
On 25/05/2018 18:10, Willy Tarreau wrote:
I've long wanted to send a status update on where haproxy 1.9 is
going, and seeing some recent threads speculating about what will be
available reminded me that it's really time to send
On 05/25/2018 06:10 PM, Willy Tarreau wrote:
- peers over SSL [Fred] : the purpose is to allow all bind options with
peers so that peers can exchange information securely. I think I've
seen it posted somewhere, I'll have to dig through the archives.
Am 25.05.2018 um 18:10 schrieb Willy Tarreau:
> Not started yet but already planned :
> - split certificates [William] : some users prefer to have separate .key
> and .crt files (eg for permission reasons). William has already started
> to look and it seems doable, there are
I've long wanted to send a status update on where haproxy 1.9 is going,
and seeing some recent threads speculating about what will be available
reminded me that it's really time to send this update. Be careful, this
e-mail is long.
So first of all, while we didn't have *that* many bugs
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