The HTTP Log Format tracks bytes_read, which appears to be the number of
bytes in the HTTP response send from the backend to the requesting client.
I feel also that bytes_sent may be an interesting field to track.
For example: An Image
L. Alberto Giménez ha scritto:
Please check that:
* You have the tproxy enabled in your kernel
* You have haproxy compiled with tproxy support
Your backend servers *can't* see the clients directly (i.e., they have
the haproxy box as default gateway and *no other* gateways).
Am 15-05-2013 08:23, schrieb Joel Krauska:
The HTTP Log Format tracks bytes_read, which appears to be the number
of bytes in the HTTP response send from the backend to the requesting
I feel also that
I've dug the mailing list and found this, which would so come in handy for me
right now. Any updates on this, are you still considering its implementation?
Your proposed solution log disable if acl would work just fine, or even no
log if acl.
On 9 Jul 2009, at
i was able to generate in the server the cookie (SERVERID) and i can pass
i also altered the line
cookie SERVERID insert indirect nocache
and also try without the line
however it is not working
is it possible to see the stick table
Does anyone know roughly (I know its hard to be specific with these
things) when 1.5 will become the latest stable version?
Whilst I understand this is a bit how long is a peice of string, I
mean loosely; This year (2013) ? Q3 this year? Before then, Q2?
This is already present in haproxy 1.5.
1.5 has a `log-format` parameter which lets you specify a custom format.
The format has a `%U` parameter which is the number of bytes sent by the
On 2013/15/05 02:23, Joel Krauska wrote:
The HTTP Log Format tracks bytes_read, which
The following config doesn't direct secure websocket connections to the
What am I doing wrong?
log 127.0.0.1 local0
log 127.0.0.1 local1 notice
#log loghostlocal0 info
I am in need of a little help, currently I need to send traffic to a
haproxy setup and terminate the SSL certificate there, which I have
working, but until I can get a backend application changed from redirecting
when it gets the https request to a login page, is there any way I can
Sounds like you need the 'ssl' option for your backend server.
This option enables SSL ciphering on outgoing connections to the server.
Just below the source option:
(#5-ssl goes to wrong part of the help.. for
We are using HAProxy to check for MySQL availability and failing over to a
slave. Is it possible to stop HAProxy going back to the master once it is up?
We want that to happen after manual intervention.
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