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Commits on Nov 25, 2011
  1. Changing mechanism of the load balancer

    Whenever a server would listen to TCP connections but never accept
    them, the lhttpc application would leak a ton of processes until
    the virtual machine is taken down.
    This was due to the way setting up connections was being done
    within the load balancer. This would lead to many milliseconds of
    delay for each socket connection attempt, and an eventual queue
    build-up would happen in the load balancer.
    Because requests freely spawn processes, this ended up having
    too many requests that the LB cannot deal with.
    This fix changes the structure around so that each client is
    responsible of setting their own socket and connection, enabling
    the load balancer to easily deny connections to newer processes
    when older ones are still stuck. Setting a good request timeout
    can then insure that slow requests won't starve the system.
Commits on Jun 16, 2010
  1. @oscarh
Commits on Jun 6, 2009
  1. @oscarh

    Initial commit

    oscarh authored
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