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Forcing stick entries to be removed

Hi, I think the sticky entries in our CSS are in their for too long. This causes an issue with uneven load on servers in the farm.

The sticky-inact-time does not automatically remove the entry when the timer expires, unless there is a new entry.

Is it possible to force the entry to be removed after a period of time.

cheers,

Mike

  • Application Networking
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Re: Forcing stick entries to be removed

The ssl-l4-fallback command is applicable only when the advanced-balance ssl method is specified for a content rule, which forces the content rule to stick to a server based on SSL version 3 session ID. The use of the ssl-l4-fallback command may be necessary in a lab environment when testing SSL with a small number of clients and servers, where some retransmissions might occur. In this case, you would not want to use the Layer 4 hash value because it will skew the test results

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