I would like a way to gracefully shutdown a server without killing the sessions of the current users on that server.
I know the "no inservice" command will allow the server to finish servicing existing TCP connections, but what happens to the users that are 'stuck' to that server?
What happens with sticky sessions when you reduce the connection limit for a server below the current connection count? How about reducing the weight of the server in the farm? Will the 'stuck' sessions continue to go to the correct server in the farm?
switch/Admin(config)# serverfarm linux1
switch/Admin(config-sfarm-host)# rserver linux1
switch/Admin(config-sfarm-host-rs)# inservice ?
standby Only allow connections reassigned from failed servers
switch/Admin(config-sfarm-host-rs)# do sho ver
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loader: Version 12.2
system: Version A2(1.0a) [build 3.0(0)A2(1.0a) adbuild_04:14:49-2008/04/18_
As you can see I run A2(1.0a) and the command is there.