CSS how to stop client maintaining session with server.
I am using CSS to load balance a simple web page using round robin. I want each client request to be treated as a fresh connection i.e. when there is only one client each request is sent to the subsequent server in the group.
At present the client maintains the session with the server until inactivity of around 60secs.
Re: CSS how to stop client maintaining session with server.
With HTTP 1.1 both the browser & web server will maintain an open (or persistent) connection with one another until the set keepalive time is reached. By default that setting is 60 seconds in IE, 120 seconds in IIS 6.0, and 15 seconds in Apache. So if your web servers are IIS and most of your clients are IE, what you are seeing is the expected behavior.
If you really want the clients to terminate connections to the web server as soon as each HTTP request is completed, you have a couple of options: 1) use HTTP 1.0 as it does not support persistence; 2) lower the keepalive timeout on your web server.
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