I've got a question regarding this particular command ('persitent rebalance') in the CSM configuation. Based on the documentation, i had tought that inside one TCP connection between the client and the CSM, all http requests would have been load-balanced among all my reals behind but it's not the case.
Here is a short explanation of my architecture:
I've got clients that connect with HTTP to a reverse proxy. The RP fowards these HTTP requests to a vserver with the command 'persitent rebalance'.
Between the RP and the CSM, the RP keeps the TCP connection opened with an idle timeout of 15 minutes so, in the real life, the TCP connection is never cleared. When i look for sessions opened on the CSM, i've got one connection with my RP and one connection to one real. In other words, HTTP GET/PUT inside the TCP connection are not load-balanced.
Is there any misunderstanding from my side concerning this command 'peristent rebalance'
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