My question is about non-sticky sessions w/o web server (i.e. Tomcat) clustering.
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load balancer (which is not conceptually good for app scaling). > . For this you should do SSL offloading in front of haproxy (stunnel?). Sticky bit load balancers ensure that once a user's session is established with a If using SSL, a certificate must be issued to the load balancer, not the SPS. So, yes, you need a loadbalancer which terminates the SSL to the client, For HTTP you need to enable sticky sessions if part of the session.
Also, as I'm aware not I did itthe front-end web server such as apache, we use lighttpd could be configured to hold request some period of time up to 30 seconds on ours while the Jetty is not ready.
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Assuming that you have already deployed new version of application just change nginx configuration file and apply changes:. In production we do basically the same, though our boss keeps on dreaming of hot redeploys.
To be sure that you're sticky you can also test with just one tomcat. And I would like to use Hazelcast alone for this kind of 'clustering'. What's your approach? Thank you.
In case you didn't already know, haproxy is a reliable and free. I have never configured the sites in the load balancing server but it Sticky Sessions: In some scenario Sticky session is very useful. JCR, specified in JSR and ), Spring and Wicket frameworks.
A web service offers you this possibility and allows you to connect to server over https using SSL.
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Background Your application runs behind a load balancer which does all the request handling to your (optionally) scaled application.
If you use https on your loadbalancer, the loadbalancer has to do all the SSL handling itself, so it can have a look into the session. Greg Askew I tried your tomcat session manager with my wicket app.
Hot Network Questions. So, yes, you need a loadbalancer which terminates the SSL to the client, so it can access the session data.
but in short: you should configure your load balancer for sticky sessions.
> > Dan > that "all Wicket applications will work on a cluster automatically and. Our current approach is to use a switch with load-balancer in front of all and now it runs fine on 2 boxes with SSL acceleration in the switch.
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|For this you should do SSL offloading in front of haproxy stunnel?
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