client side keep-alive (http-server-close vs httpclose)

2011-10-26 Thread Vivek Malik
We have been using haproxy in production for around 6 months while using httpclose. We use functions like reqidel, reqadd to manipulate request headers and use_backend to route a request to a specific backend. We run websites which often have ajax calls and load javascripts and css files from the

Re: client side keep-alive (http-server-close vs httpclose)

2011-10-26 Thread Vincent Bernat
OoO En cette nuit nuageuse du jeudi 27 octobre 2011, vers 00:02, Vivek Malik vivek.ma...@gmail.com disait : We have been using haproxy in production for around 6 months while using httpclose. We use functions like reqidel, reqadd to manipulate request headers and use_backend to route a

Re: client side keep-alive (http-server-close vs httpclose)

2011-10-26 Thread Vivek Malik
The documentation also says In HTTP mode, it is possible to rewrite, add or delete some of the request and response headers based on regular expressions. It is also possible to block a request or a response if a particular header matches a regular expression, which is enough to stop most

Re: client side keep-alive (http-server-close vs httpclose)

2011-10-26 Thread Baptiste
Hi, In order to be able to process layer 7 manipulation (what you want to achieve) for *each* request, then you must enable http mode on your frontebd/backend and to enable the option http-server-close. cheers On Thu, Oct 27, 2011 at 12:21 AM, Vivek Malik vivek.ma...@gmail.com wrote: The