R: Delay problem

From: Carlo Granisso <c.granisso#dnshosting.it>
Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2009 16:44:13 +0200

Ok, it seems that problem was in:


I've reduced these parameters and now seems that all is working fine. I've read haproxy documentation but I can't completly understand the meaning of "Set the maximum inactivity time on the client side": this mean that after complete download of the page haproxy leave opened the connection until...:

  1. Client do some operations
  2. Timeout reached

Probably my problem was the second point: page was correctly loaded and haproxy wait for other activity.

Is it correct?

Thanks for your help.


-----Messaggio originale-----

Da: Carlo Granisso [mailto:c.granisso#dnshosting.it] Inviato: luned́ 29 giugno 2009 14.34
A: 'John Lauro'
Cc: haproxy#formilux.org
Oggetto: R: Delay problem

 If I try to see web pages without haproxy I've no problem... I'm trying to tune haproxy first

Thanks for your help.


-----Messaggio originale-----

Da: John Lauro [mailto:john.lauro#covenanteyes.com] Inviato: luned́ 29 giugno 2009 14.25
A: 'Carlo Granisso'
Oggetto: RE: Delay problem

Reloading just haproxy, or reloading the jsp server? If jsp, I think it's to be expected, although you might be able to do some tuning in haproxy to minimize the amount of traffic to a server coming online. JSP has to compile pages as it encounters them the first time after a reload, making each page slow at first.

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