there is no statefull failover feature on the SSL module. If you configure an index all the CSS will is maintain the TCP connections, but since the SSL module will have no info about the connection it will reset it forcing a new one to be opened.
Therefore, I would avoid using the redundant-index on ssl module rule as this is extra work for the CSS and really useless.
"using the redundant-index on ssl module rule as this is extra work for the CSS and really useless" I am totally agreeing with you Gilles.
At the same time in the event of a failover to the backup CSS and since the tcp sessions have been preserved, I am wondering won't the browser re-negotiate for an fresh ssl key with the CSS and continue the session with no interruption, keeping the end user seamless of what has happened in the background in between?
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