Good timeout values

2016-11-02 Thread Stefan Johansson
Hi, I am trying to figure out a good set of timeout values for a high traffic (high connection rate) HTTP(S) setup. I am using option http-server-close and the backend servers are on the same network. Intuitively I would like to lower both client and server timeouts, but it seems that many

RE: timeout values for redis?

2015-03-25 Thread Jim Gronowski
Keepalives did the trick. Cheers! From: Nathan Williams [mailto:nath.e.w...@gmail.com] Sent: Tuesday, March 24, 2015 16:02 To: Jim Gronowski Cc: haproxy@formilux.org Subject: Re: timeout values for redis? i should probably add... setting all members to backups means of course that only

Re: timeout values for redis?

2015-03-24 Thread Nathan Williams
: *Jim Gronowski jgronow...@ditronics.com *To: *haproxy@formilux.org haproxy@formilux.org *Sent: *Tuesday, March 24, 2015 1:25:33 PM *Subject: *timeout values for redis? Does anyone have any feedback on sane timeout values for load balancing redis? The testing config I was using had

Re: timeout values for redis?

2015-03-24 Thread Ha Quan Le
Thanks, I sent request previously to you but I have done it. Ha. - Original Message - From: Jim Gronowski jgronow...@ditronics.com To: haproxy@formilux.org haproxy@formilux.org Sent: Tuesday, March 24, 2015 1:25:33 PM Subject: timeout values for redis? Does anyone have any

Re: timeout values for redis?

2015-03-24 Thread Nathan Williams
@formilux.org *Sent: *Tuesday, March 24, 2015 1:25:33 PM *Subject: *timeout values for redis? Does anyone have any feedback on sane timeout values for load balancing redis? The testing config I was using had ‘timeout client 5’ and I was getting consistent client disconnects in the logs. I

timeout values for redis?

2015-03-24 Thread Jim Gronowski
Does anyone have any feedback on sane timeout values for load balancing redis? The testing config I was using had 'timeout client 5' and I was getting consistent client disconnects in the logs. I increased it to two minutes and things have improved significantly, though I do see client

RE: Timeout values

2011-11-01 Thread Erik Torlen
in to the list :/ /E -Original Message- From: Baptiste [mailto:bed...@gmail.com] Sent: den 25 oktober 2011 23:15 To: Erik Torlen Cc: haproxy@formilux.org Subject: Re: Timeout values Hi Erik, What's your purpose here? Depending on your load test and you haproxy configuration, the queue timeout might

Re: Timeout values

2011-11-01 Thread Baptiste
will send in to the list :/ /E -Original Message- From: Baptiste [mailto:bed...@gmail.com] Sent: den 25 oktober 2011 23:15 To: Erik Torlen Cc: haproxy@formilux.org Subject: Re: Timeout values Hi Erik, What's your purpose here? Depending on your load test and you haproxy

RE: Timeout values

2011-11-01 Thread Erik Torlen
Hi Baptiste. Yeah, I am not focusing much on the timeout values. Current top performance that we have got from a m1.xlarge on amazon ec2 is: 2000 conns/s ~30k active connections (with good response time) 8000 req/s Using taskset to set haproxy on cpu 01 and then have stud on 00,02,03

Re: Timeout values

2011-10-26 Thread Baptiste
, 2011 at 11:02 PM, Erik Torlen erik.tor...@apicasystem.com wrote: Hi, I would like to get feedback on these timeout values.    timeout http-request    40s    timeout queue           1m    timeout connect         120s    timeout client          1m    timeout server          1m    timeout http

Re: Timeout values

2011-10-26 Thread carlo flores
. But if you're dealing with such a slow application layer, I'm doubt posting large timeout values will lead to anyone's approval -- more likely Baptiste's reasonable response -- or sympathy an a call for a faster application layer via knowns and optimization/iteration -- the dev/ops response. But I hope

Timeout values

2011-10-25 Thread Erik Torlen
Hi, I would like to get feedback on these timeout values. timeout http-request40s timeout queue 1m timeout connect 120s timeout client 1m timeout server 1m timeout http-keep-alive 40s timeout check 40s I have done