AW: HTTP-Keepalive

From: Mirco Heibült <>
Date: Wed, 5 Mar 2008 01:13:40 +0100

Hi all,

today I have updated haproxy but now anything works anymore! What can I do? This is the message:

/etc$ /etc/init.d/haproxy start
Starting haproxy: haproxy[ALERT] 064/011230 (5192) : Starting proxy appli5-backup: cannot bind socket

[ALERT] 064/011230 (5192) : Starting proxy ssl-relay: cannot bind socket
[ALERT] 064/011230 (5192) : Starting proxy appli4-backup: cannot bind socket
[ALERT] 064/011230 (5192) : Starting proxy appli3-relais: cannot bind socket
[ALERT] 064/011230 (5192) : Starting proxy appli2-insert: cannot bind socket
[ALERT] 064/011230 (5192) : Starting proxy appli1-rewrite: cannot bind

THX! Mirco

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Hugo Silva [] Gesendet: Dienstag, 4. März 2008 18:12
Betreff: Re: HTTP-Keepalive wrote:
> Hi!
> I've seen, that there has alread been a discussion about http keepalive,
but I'd like to start it again cause I think that it's a great feature. I'v tested haproxy and it works well. But if you have a page with tons of images, javascript and css it took some time till the browser has received all objects, cause for a every request a new handshake is necessary. I can see the effect on my apache. With enabled keepalive the pages are served in less time than without keepalive.
> I know keepalive will have some negative effects as non terminated
connections blocking ports.
> What do you think about keepalive. I think that this feature would be a
great enhancement for haproxy.
> All the best
> Peter

I agree, keepalive would be a killer feature on haproxy :-)

Willy has already expressed some interest in implementing keep alive, but if memory serves me well, he had some stuff he wanted to finish first.


Hugo Received on 2008/03/05 01:13

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