jerome at loyet.net
Thu Oct 25 19:23:00 UTC 2012
2012/10/25 Alex Samad - Yieldbroker <Alex.Samad at yieldbroker.com>:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: nginx-bounces at nginx.org [mailto:nginx-bounces at nginx.org] On
>> Behalf Of Jérôme Loyet
>> Sent: Friday, 26 October 2012 3:35 AM
>> To: nginx at nginx.org
>> Subject: Re: AJP
>> 2012/10/25 rmalayter <nginx-forum at nginx.us>:
>> > Jérôme Loyet Wrote:
>> > -------------------------------------------------------
>> >> We were in the same situation and didn't want to take the risk to use
>> >> a third party module, so we switched to HTTP and it's just perfect.
>> >> my 2 cents ;)
>> > We did the same here. Now that nginx does keep-alives to the
>> > back-ends, there's really no advantage to using AJP between the web
>> server and Tomcat.
>> > In fact, our internal load testing showed nginx->HTTP->Tomcat
>> > performing marginally better than Apache->AJP->Tomcat with Tomcat
>> > serving a simple test JSP.
>> Same results here. In fact the way nginx works (async) compensate the loss
>> due to switching to HTTP (and even more than expected).
> Okay I have enough reason to try out http.
> Still my question though how did you deal with stickiness?
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
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