we have a CSS 11503 and two servers connected to it.
We need to perform the following configuration:
when traffic is directed to an URL (correspondig to a content VIP) that contains "/string1" or "/string2" or "/string3" load balancing with session stickiness is needed, in all other cases round robin is needed.
Strings are in the URL not in a cookie.
I tried to use the "string <text>" command under service configuration, with no results.
Unfortunately this configuration doesn't work in our case.
There could be three different strings in the URL, and in this three cases first connection should be load balanced and sticky applied: the session must be served from the same server. If strings are not find in URL, stickiness is not needed so we have standard balancing behavior.
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