sticky module was -> RE: AJP
Alex Samad - Yieldbroker
Alex.Samad at yieldbroker.com
Wed Nov 7 03:20:40 UTC 2012
I did, but to me it seems to be a question of support.
So from my earlier inquiries into this on the list. The suggestion was to move to sticky – which is listed in wiki page for add ons.
The jvm_route and the ajp module are not.
So far I have been advised on the ML that sticky is the way to go.
I am setting up some tests for this
Like to get a feel for how other people are doing this.
I am already using the development branch to get SSL working properly!
I am not 100% sure about using 3rd party modules (that are not on the wiki page – why that should give me a better feeling I am not sure. Makes it easier to point it out to the boss !)
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Subject: Re: sticky module was -> RE: AJP
Have a look at this module? http://code.google.com/p/nginx-upstream-jvm-route/
2012/11/7 Alex Samad - Yieldbroker <Alex.Samad at yieldbroker.com<mailto:Alex.Samad at yieldbroker.com>>
Late reply, wondering if any one has any example of setting up stick module and using jsessionid cookie ?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: nginx-bounces at nginx.org<mailto:nginx-bounces at nginx.org> [mailto:nginx-bounces at nginx.org<mailto:nginx-bounces at nginx.org>] On
> Behalf Of Jérôme Loyet
> Sent: Friday, 26 October 2012 7:24 AM
> To: nginx at nginx.org<mailto:nginx at nginx.org>
> Subject: Re: AJP
> 2012/10/25 Alex Samad - Yieldbroker <Alex.Samad at yieldbroker.com<mailto:Alex.Samad at yieldbroker.com>>:
> > Hi
> > [snip]
> >> >> Behalf Of Jérôme Loyet
> >> >> Sent: Friday, 26 October 2012 3:35 AM
> >> >> To: nginx at nginx.org<mailto:nginx at nginx.org>
> >> >> Subject: Re: AJP
> > [snip]
> >> >
> >> > Still my question though how did you deal with stickiness?
> >> http://code.google.com/p/nginx-sticky-module/
> > So just for my understand what is the difference between this 3rd party
> add on and the ajp 3rd party addon.
> > I understand one is on the wiki and one is not. But does that mean the
> sticky module is supported as well ?
> > Does stick respect jsession cookie. So if server fails will the connection go to
> new server and then eventually bounce back to the restored old server ?
> sticky module does not deal with jsession cookie. It creates a cookie on its
> own which indicates which backend has been used and nginx will always use
> the backend from the cookie.
> If no cookie are sent (first time), nginx will use standard round robin to
> choose one server and then send back a cookie indicating which backend
> server has been used.
> If the backend from the server is down, classic round robin takes place and a
> new cookie is sent with the new backend to use.
> see the main page of http://code.google.com/p/nginx-sticky-module/
> with the explanation and a smal schematic which is far better than any
> >> simple and efficient ! works like a charms without any configuration
> >> on the tomcat side and no need to setup complex session sharing
> >> system on the tomcat side
> > That's good like KISS
> > [snip]
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