Re: issue with small object caching

2019-07-05 Thread Christopher Faulet
Le 04/07/2019 à 16:54, Senthil Naidu a écrit : Hi, I there any fix that can be applied for small object caching to work with Firefox and chrome too, With Internet Explorer I am able to hit the cache properly. As mentioned in my earlier , I can see that firefox is sending header Cache

RE: issue with small object caching

2019-07-04 Thread Senthil Naidu
Hi, I there any fix that can be applied for small object caching to work with Firefox and chrome too, With Internet Explorer I am able to hit the cache properly. As mentioned in my earlier , I can see that firefox is sending header Cache-Control: no-cache and Pragma: no-cache , While IE

RE: issue with small object caching

2019-07-03 Thread Senthil Naidu
with small object caching Senthil, Am 03.07.19 um 13:20 schrieb Senthil Naidu: > From Firefox > *snip* > Cache-Control: no-cache This is the issue. Firefox requests that an intermediate proxy does not cache (or rather: that it re-validates its cached copy). Best regards Tim Düsterhus

Re: issue with small object caching

2019-07-03 Thread Tim Düsterhus
Senthil, Am 03.07.19 um 13:20 schrieb Senthil Naidu: > From Firefox > *snip* > Cache-Control: no-cache This is the issue. Firefox requests that an intermediate proxy does not cache (or rather: that it re-validates its cached copy). Best regards Tim Düsterhus

RE: issue with small object caching

2019-07-03 Thread Senthil Naidu
:56:46 GMT If-None-Match "119-58ba89226aecd" Connection Keep-Alive Regards Senthil -Original Message- From: Christopher Faulet [mailto:cfau...@haproxy.com] Sent: 21 June 2019 23:10 To: Senthil Naidu; haproxy@formilux.org Subject: Re: issue with small object caching Le 21/06/2

Re: issue with small object caching

2019-06-21 Thread Christopher Faulet
Le 21/06/2019 à 17:00, Senthil Naidu a écrit : Hi, I am using haproxy 2.0.0 , when I am using IE I can see in the logs the first request is reaching the real server and when I do the refresh all subsequent request is hitting the cache of haproxy, when I use firefox/crome all the request are

RE: issue with small object caching

2019-06-21 Thread Senthil Naidu
e [TRACE] trace Regards Senthil -Original Message- From: Christopher Faulet [mailto:cfau...@haproxy.com] Sent: 21 June 2019 20:23 To: Senthil Naidu; haproxy@formilux.org Subject: Re: issue with small object caching Le 21/06/2019 à 16:39, Senthil Naidu a écrit : > I am testing the smal

Re: issue with small object caching

2019-06-21 Thread Christopher Faulet
Le 21/06/2019 à 16:39, Senthil Naidu a écrit : I am testing the small object caching feature , when I am trying to browse the site behind haproxy using IE the cache is working but when I try the same from firefox or crome the caching functionality is not working. Has anybody faced this issue

issue with small object caching

2019-06-21 Thread Senthil Naidu
Hi, I am testing the small object caching feature , when I am trying to browse the site behind haproxy using IE the cache is working but when I try the same from firefox or crome the caching functionality is not working. Has anybody faced this issue. Regards Senthil Senthil Naidu General

Re: Question on Caching.

2018-05-07 Thread Aaron West
Hi Willy, I think what we are looking for is some kind of small cache to accelerate the load times of a single page; this is particularly for things such as WordPress where page load times can be slow. I imagine it being set to cache the homepage only, fairly small(just a few K) and I guess it

Re: Question on Caching.

2018-04-30 Thread Willy Tarreau
Hi Andrew, On Mon, Apr 30, 2018 at 10:08:11AM +0100, Andrew Smalley wrote: > Hi Willy > > Thank you for you for your detailed reply explaining why you think only the > favicon cache is sensible and that a full-blown cache within Haproxy > is not the best of ideas although interesting. > > I

Re: Question on Caching.

2018-04-30 Thread Andrew Smalley
gt;> Hello Haproxy mailing list >> >> I have been looking at caching technology and have found this >> >> https://github.com/jiangwenyuan/nuster/ >> >> It claims to be a v1.7 / v1.8 branch fully compatible with haproxy >> and indeed based on haproxy with the

Re: Question on Caching.

2018-04-27 Thread Willy Tarreau
Hi Andrew, On Thu, Apr 26, 2018 at 10:06:00PM +0100, Andrew Smalley wrote: > Hello Haproxy mailing list > > I have been looking at caching technology and have found this > > https://github.com/jiangwenyuan/nuster/ > > It claims to be a v1.7 / v1.8 branch fully co

Question on Caching.

2018-04-26 Thread Andrew Smalley
Hello Haproxy mailing list I have been looking at caching technology and have found this https://github.com/jiangwenyuan/nuster/ It claims to be a v1.7 / v1.8 branch fully compatible with haproxy and indeed based on haproxy with the added capibility of having a really fast cache as described

Re: HAProxy 1.8.3 SSL caching regression

2018-01-05 Thread Willy Tarreau
On Thu, Jan 04, 2018 at 02:14:41PM -0500, Jeffrey J. Persch wrote: > Hi William, > > Verified. > > Thanks for the quick fix, Great, patch now merged. Thanks! Willy

Re: HAProxy 1.8.3 SSL caching regression

2018-01-04 Thread Jeffrey J. Persch
Hi William, Verified. Thanks for the quick fix, Jeffrey J. Persch On Wed, Jan 3, 2018 at 2:02 PM, Jeffrey J. Persch wrote: > Hi William, > > The test case now works. I will do load testing with the patch today. > > Thanks, > Jeffrey J. Persch > > On Wed, Jan 3, 2018 at

Re: HAProxy 1.8.3 SSL caching regression

2018-01-03 Thread Jeffrey J. Persch
Hi William, The test case now works. I will do load testing with the patch today. Thanks, Jeffrey J. Persch On Wed, Jan 3, 2018 at 1:25 PM, William Lallemand wrote: > On Wed, Jan 03, 2018 at 06:41:01PM +0100, William Lallemand wrote: > > I'm able to reproduce the

Re: HAProxy 1.8.3 SSL caching regression

2018-01-03 Thread William Lallemand
On Wed, Jan 03, 2018 at 06:41:01PM +0100, William Lallemand wrote: > I'm able to reproduce the problem thanks to your detailed example, it looks > like a regression in the code. > > I will check the code to see what's going on. I found the issue, would you mind trying the attached patch?

Re: HAProxy 1.8.3 SSL caching regression

2018-01-03 Thread William Lallemand
On Wed, Jan 03, 2018 at 12:04:50PM -0500, Jeffrey J. Persch wrote: > Greetings, > Hi Jeffrey, > We have been load testing 1.8.3 and noticed SSL caching was broken in 1.8 > during the shctx refactoring. > > New SSL connections will cache up until tune.ssl.cachesize, the

HAProxy 1.8.3 SSL caching regression

2018-01-03 Thread Jeffrey J. Persch
Greetings, We have been load testing 1.8.3 and noticed SSL caching was broken in 1.8 during the shctx refactoring. New SSL connections will cache up until tune.ssl.cachesize, then no connections will ever be cached again. In haproxy 1.7 and before, the SSL cache works correctly as a LRU cache

Re: dns resoluton and caching

2014-07-03 Thread Baptiste
On Wed, Jul 2, 2014 at 5:03 AM, Yumerefendi, Aydan aydan.yumerefe...@inin.com wrote: We are using haproxy to route traffic to several AWS services that are behind an ELB and noticed the following behavior: - haproxy resolves the ELB address at startup and routes traffic just fine (not sure

Re: dns resoluton and caching

2014-07-03 Thread Yumerefendi, Aydan
Thank you Baptiste. I think it will be very useful feature to add for any service that uses dynamic dns of some sort. Thanks for your reply, Best, ‹aydan On 7/3/14, 4:41 PM, Baptiste bed...@gmail.com wrote: On Wed, Jul 2, 2014 at 5:03 AM, Yumerefendi, Aydan aydan.yumerefe...@inin.com wrote:

dns resoluton and caching

2014-07-01 Thread Yumerefendi, Aydan
We are using haproxy to route traffic to several AWS services that are behind an ELB and noticed the following behavior: - haproxy resolves the ELB address at startup and routes traffic just fine (not sure if haproxy uses the first IP or all resolved IPs and round-robins between them, though)

Re: problem with sort of caching of use_backend with socket.io and apache

2012-11-29 Thread david rene comba lareu
was this: http://serverfault.com/questions/451690/haproxy-is-caching-the-forwarding and i got it working, but for some reason, after the authentication is made and the some commands are sent, the connection is dropped and a new connection is made as you can see here: info - handshake authorized

Re: problem with sort of caching of use_backend with socket.io and apache

2012-11-28 Thread david rene comba lareu
Thanks willy, i solved it as soon you answer me but i'm still dealing to the configuration to make it work as i need: my last question was this: http://serverfault.com/questions/451690/haproxy-is-caching-the-forwarding and i got it working, but for some reason, after the authentication is made

Re: problem with sort of caching of use_backend with socket.io and apache

2012-11-28 Thread Baptiste
shadow.of.sou...@gmail.com wrote: Thanks willy, i solved it as soon you answer me but i'm still dealing to the configuration to make it work as i need: my last question was this: http://serverfault.com/questions/451690/haproxy-is-caching-the-forwarding and i got it working, but for some reason

Re: problem with sort of caching of use_backend with socket.io and apache

2012-11-24 Thread Willy Tarreau
/index.html) most of the times, is still redirect to socket.io. after refreshing a few time, it finally loads index.html, but then, doesn't load the socket.io.js file inserted in the file (why it redirect to the apache server, and not the node.js app). so as i said, it sort of caching the request. i

Re: Caching

2011-09-20 Thread Christophe Rahier
- maybe just when running -c. On 9/19/11 5:46 AM, Christophe Rahier wrote: I don't use Apache but IIS. I tried to disable caching on IIS but the problem is still there. There's no proxy, all requests are sent from pfSense. Christophe Le 19/09/11 13:45, « Baptiste »bed...@gmail.com a écrit

Caching

2011-09-19 Thread Christophe Rahier
Hi, Is there a caching system at HAProxy? In fact, we find that when we put online new files (CSS, for example) that they are not addressed directly, it usually takes about ten minutes. Thank you in advance for your help. Christophe

Re: Caching

2011-09-19 Thread Christophe Rahier
a écrit : hi Christophe, HAProxy is *only* a reverse proxy. No caching functions in it. Have you tried to browse your backend servers directly? Can it be related to your browser's cache? cheers On Mon, Sep 19, 2011 at 1:39 PM, Christophe Rahier christo...@qualifio.com wrote: Hi

Re: Caching

2011-09-19 Thread Baptiste
the same problem. To be sure, I tried with an other browser and the problem is the same. When I call my page locally from the server, the result is OK. Christophe Le 19/09/11 13:45, « Baptiste » bed...@gmail.com a écrit : hi Christophe, HAProxy is *only* a reverse proxy. No caching functions

Re: Caching

2011-09-19 Thread Hank A. Paulson
Rahier wrote: I don't use Apache but IIS. I tried to disable caching on IIS but the problem is still there. There's no proxy, all requests are sent from pfSense. Christophe Le 19/09/11 13:45, « Baptiste »bed...@gmail.com a écrit : hi Christophe, HAProxy is *only* a reverse proxy