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ace connection limit

Hi,

I  would like to limit the overloading of servers and redirect to a backup  server if the first is full. I thought to use  "max-connect" and "backup-reserved".

Now I  would also ensure that if the client is already on the platform he  continued to surf and not be impacted by the max-connect.

The aim is to focus clients on the farm and put on hold the  new.
To know that a client is already  on the platform I thought to use the sticky.

Do not know if  you know of a solution to my need

Regards,

Charly

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Re: ace connection limit

Do you mean the 'conn-limit' command? I didn't find "max-connect" and "backup-reserved" in the command reference.

Sticky is a good idea. Don't forget to create a resource class for it.

New Member

Re: ace connection limit

yes, it's conn-limit sorry and backup-reserved is backup-rserver (problem copy paste ).

I already used sticky with insert cookie, but when the server is full the client go to the new server.

Resource class :  you thought the ressource class on the admin context ?

Cisco Employee

Re: ace connection limit

It's not going to work.

A rserver in maxconn state is considered dead and therefore no new connections can be sent to that server, even if sticky entries exist.

Gilles.

New Member

Re: ace connection limit

Do you know if i can priorised the users that are already connected on the farm.

Charly

Cisco Employee

Re: ace connection limit

Charly, there is no way to prioritized connected users.

Gilles.

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