I've got an interesting issue here with an ACE pair. I've set a pretty basic insert-cookie based configuration. However, persistence wasn't working. I fired up HTTP-fox and found that the ACE was setting the cookie to expire in 1970.
Here's the relevant configuration of the http-cookie:
sticky http-cookie ACEID websticky
Setting a different timeout doesn't affect anything, other than the day or month. It's still always 1970. As a result, my browser doesn't send the cookie with the next request, so persistence doesn't work.
I thought perhaps it was the clock, an issue I've seen on other platforms. But the clock is correct on the ACE.
ACE-1/context1# show clock
Sun Jul 28 13:27:45 UTC 2013
Here's the software version:
loader: Version 0.95.1
system: Version A5(1.2) [build 3.0(0)A5(1.2) adbuild_19:38:58-2012/01/17_/a
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