I would like to know what happens when the maximum connections is reached on one CSS service. Is the CSS drop further connections for the service or is it stop to send new connections for the service ?
Could you confirm me, after severals seconds or after the number of connections will decrease below a certain limit, the service will go back online ?
As the number of connections is very important, I'm afraid the service goes up and down continually.
I fact, I would want to limit the number of connections because I have three proxies/caches and one of them is more powerful than others. By limiting the number of connections on the two others proxies, I will think connections will spill over to the powerful unit.
I have to do this because to optimize the caching of web objects on proxies/caches, I use a load-balancing algorithm based on destip. With this algorithm, you can't put a weight for each service.
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