I just have seen this tweet, maybe it's also interesting for you.
Subodh Iyengar (@__subodh) twitterte um 10:18 nachm. on Mi., Dez. 26, 2018:
Slides for my presentation at ACM conext on Facebook's implementation and
deployment of QUIC are now live
Well as far as I understood the pdf one of the biggest difference is that
Maglev is a distributed system where the consistent hash is for local system.
What I think is if consistent hash uses the peers table for balancing it could
be similar to Maglev, but I'm not a algo expert, just an Idea.
Have anyone take a look into the Maglev algorithm ?
This paper looks very interesting
On Fri, Dec 28, 2018 at 07:11:24PM +0100, Aleksandar Lazic wrote:
> Have anyone take a look into the Maglev algorithm ?
> This paper looks very interesting
Seems to be in IPVS already:
I've not used it yet with IPVS because I have nothing with a new enough
Kernel (4.18+ I think), however, isn't this quite similar to HAProxy's
consistent hash options?
When using compression with htx, and a slightly delayed body content it
will prefix some rubbish and corrupt the gzip header..
Below output i get with attached test.. Removing http-use-htx 'fixes'
This happens with both 1.9.0 and todays commit a2dbeb2, not sure if this
On Fri, Dec 28, 2018 at 07:55:11PM +0100, Aleksandar Lazic wrote:
> Well as far as I understood the pdf one of the biggest difference is that
> Maglev is a distributed system where the consistent hash is for local system.
No, not at all. The difference is that it's designed for packet processing
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