Whith this conf, now, i can update the list with a simple:
# echo set table name-of-the-table key 10.0.0.1 data.gpc0 1 | socat stdio
And with a curl:
$ curl -I 127.0.0.1:80 -H True-Client-IP: 10.0.0.1
HTTP/1.0 403 Forbidden
I'm trying to collect some statistics of haproxy server. Here is what
I'm not able to understand.
If possible any body can help me out with this.
This is the command which is running and giving stats to collectd and
the graphs are generated on graphite.
echo 'show stat' |
Любая мадам изведает Оргазм http://goo.gl/yTqWt?/QDuw?/uIMizbC
On 12 June 2013 10:20, Ashish Jaiswal ash...@trellian.com wrote:
The problem is that the rate is showing something different and the
hrsp_2xx is showing something different.
# 33. rate: number of sessions per second over last elapsed second
This is what it says it is: sessions/sec over
IMHO, it's confusing having clear and SSL backends defined
I do see your point, but I would rather not introduce another configuration
option like use-server (a new user probably doesn't know about ssl_fc and
conditional options either).
What about removing the clear-text options and make a
When I have two servers in the backend haproxy makes connections to both
websocket backends and exactly 10 seconds after the client had
negotiated the connection to haproxy the client considers itself
connected to socket.io application.
This is very odd, but I also have to admit I
Is the latest snapshot really what you recommend for running in production?
That depends ;)
The thing is, if you already run the development branch (1.5), its likely
that a snapshot contains more bugfixes - which you may be interested in
(like ). Of course a snapshot on the other hand is
On Tue, Jun 11, 2013 at 12:01:25AM +, Malcolm Handley wrote:
That's sound advice. We'll upgrade soon and see whether anything changes.
Is the latest snapshot really what you recommend for running in production? I
was nervous about using a dev release but we desperately needed
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