HAProxy for Solaris 10 X86

2014-01-21 Thread Vinoth M
Hi, 1) I am using Solaris 10 x86.Could you please let me know if there a pre compiled package available for it. 2) Also let me know if HAproxy is supported for Solaris 10 x86. 3) My requirement is to load balance FTP(not http) .Let me know if i can use HAProxy for the same.

Re: HAProxy for Solaris 10 X86

2014-01-21 Thread Jonathan Matthews
On 21 January 2014 13:17, Vinoth M vinoth@ericsson.com wrote: Hi, 1) I am using Solaris 10 x86.Could you please let me know if there a pre compiled package available for it. 2) Also let me know if HAproxy is supported for Solaris 10 x86. I can't help with these 2 questions ...

Re: timeout timer

2014-01-21 Thread Xu (Simon) Chen
Thanks for the reply. I am running 1.5-dev21-6b07bf7. I wrote a script to perform netstat dump every second and track how long my connections are. If tunnel timeout is set to 3600s, the connects are like these: 192.168.78.155:43089 disappeared at 1390317336, lasted 3600 192.168.78.155:43090

limit sticky connection count?

2014-01-21 Thread Michael Johnson - MJ
Is there a way to limit the number of sticky connections to a single server? I would like to have all traffic to a given virtual host tend to end up on the same backend server, but also allow the traffic to spread to multiple servers if more than say 50 connections are already stuck to a given

Re: limit sticky connection count?

2014-01-21 Thread PiBa-NL
Hi Michael, Seems like you keep wanting to use the hdr(host), can i ask why? You seem to explain you just want to stick 'src' to a 'server'.. So why configure hdr(host) ? Can you try this config? (ps 60 seconds isnt verry long..) listen http balance roundrobin stick-table type ip size

Re: limit sticky connection count?

2014-01-21 Thread Michael Johnson - MJ
You are correct, 60 seconds is not long. Just long enough to exceed my NFS caching on the backend. The reason for wanting to use hdr(host) is because this will make better use of the resources in my cluster (I have thousands of domains/web applications on this cluster). The reason I was

Re: Just a simple thought on health checks after a soft reload of HAProxy....

2014-01-21 Thread Patrick Hemmer
*From: *Malcolm Turnbull malc...@loadbalancer.org *Sent: * 2014-01-14 07:13:27 E *To: *haproxy@formilux.org haproxy@formilux.org *Subject: *Just a simple thought on health checks after a soft reload of HAProxy Just a simple though on health checks after a soft reload of HAProxy If for

Re: tcp ESTABLISHED in http-keep-alive mode is as twice as tunnel mode.

2014-01-21 Thread Willy Tarreau
Hi, On Sat, Jan 18, 2014 at 11:25:56AM +0800, Ge Jin wrote: Hi, all! I was confused when we use haproxy and option http-kee-alive, the established is as twice as tunnel. But other tcp status stayed the same level. #the tunnel mode LISTEN 5 FIN_WAIT_1 325 FIN_WAIT_2 254 SYN_SENT 49