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sticky-srcip timeout

Hello!

How long CSS save sticky-srcip in loadbalance? In other words if there is a rule where I set advanced-balance sticky-srcip and all requests from one IP go to one server, are there any timeouts on it or this IP will go to that server always?

I ask it because our servers are overload because of large user requests and when we add new server in farm effect is small (only few user requests forwards to a new server because of sticky-srcip)

Thanks!

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Re: sticky-srcip timeout

Unless you use the command sticky-inact-timeout, there is no default time. The sticky table is kept on a FIFO basis (32k or 128k entries, according to the device type and memory available), or until the reboot of the CSS.

Use the sticky-inact-timeout command to specify the inactivity timeout period on a sticky connection for a content rule before the CSS removes the sticky entry from the sticky table. When you configure this period, the CSS keeps the sticky entry in the sticky table for the specified amount of time.

The syntax for this command is:

sticky-inact-timeout minutes

Enter the number of minutes of inactivity, from 0 to 65535. The default value is 0, which means this feature is disabled.

For example, enter:

(config-owner-content[arrowpoint-rule1])# sticky-inact-timeout 9

Thanks

Syed Iftekhar Ahmed

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New Member

Re: sticky-srcip timeout

Unless you use the command sticky-inact-timeout, there is no default time. The sticky table is kept on a FIFO basis (32k or 128k entries, according to the device type and memory available), or until the reboot of the CSS.

Use the sticky-inact-timeout command to specify the inactivity timeout period on a sticky connection for a content rule before the CSS removes the sticky entry from the sticky table. When you configure this period, the CSS keeps the sticky entry in the sticky table for the specified amount of time.

The syntax for this command is:

sticky-inact-timeout minutes

Enter the number of minutes of inactivity, from 0 to 65535. The default value is 0, which means this feature is disabled.

For example, enter:

(config-owner-content[arrowpoint-rule1])# sticky-inact-timeout 9

Thanks

Syed Iftekhar Ahmed

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Re: sticky-srcip timeout

yes,i found this command

Thanks a lot!

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