2011/10/19 wsq003 wsq...@sina.com:
In manual there is following:
Creates number processes when going daemon. This requires the daemon
mode. By default, only one process is created, which is the recommended mode
of operation. For systems limited to small sets of file
I believe you can just send it a -HUP signal. eg: kill -HUP pid
On Wed, Oct 19, 2011 at 4:37 PM, Kevin Lindsay ke...@trakker.ca wrote:
Can HA Proxy make graceful configuration changes? Or does the entire proxy
need to be restarted leaving space for downtime?
haproxy -f /etc/haproxy.cfg -sf $(cat $PIDFILE) would do it
HA-Proxy version 1.4.18 2011/09/16
Copyright 2000-2011 Willy Tarreau w...@1wt.eu
Usage : haproxy [-f cfgfile]* [ -vdVD ] [ -n maxconn ] [ -N maxpconn ]
[ -p pidfile ] [ -m max megs ]
-v displays version ; -vv
Yes, that works, but there's a window during which neither the old process nor
the new process is listening on the socket.
Simon Horman implemented a master/worker model to avoid that downtime, but I
guess it's not quite ready to be integrated into the mainline yet. I believe
you can find his
Thanks for reply
So, It is difficult problem.
Do we have not Workaround?
2011/10/17 Holger Just hapr...@meine-er.de:
On 2011-10-17 14:48, Ist Conne wrote:
HAProxy is supported cookie-based persistence.
But, cookie-based Load balancing has a patented F5 Networks.
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