I think the main problem i have is that the developers used to manage the load balancers and we used to use the CSS. They assure me that what they are trying to do worked fine with the CSS but we can't seem to get it working on the CSM-S.
What you suggest seems perfectly reasonable however so i think i'll have another chat with them.
I just verified in the lab and combining both url-map and cookie sticky does work.
So the problem might be different in your case.
The workaround would still be a valid solution.
If you don't want to use the workaround, we will need you to capture a sniffer trace of a connection and a 'sho mod csm x sticky group 10' before and after the test as well as a 'sho mod csm x vser name det' before and after the test.
My thought is that Jon's initial error was maybe caused by the fact that he had no default policy configured... (maybe the SAP application forced "GET" requests to other URL's not accounted for in Jon's maps)...
Could Jon's original *fix* using the "no persistance rebalance" be explained by the fact that this command forces the CSM to ignore all subsequent HTTP GET commands for an already "sticked" connection?
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