Propose to release 2.0-pre0 this week
aland at deployingradius.com
Mon May 14 07:37:01 CEST 2007
Peter Nixon wrote:
> Sounds like a plan to me. My testing shows that cvs head it pretty close to
> stable, and it certainly has a LOT of new features compared with the current
> release branch. Lets get it out into the world as soon as possible :-)
Re: proxying, it currently keeps track of number of outstanding
packets to each home server (i.e. sent but not responded to). It can
limit the number of outstanding packets to a maximum, but it doesn't use
that counter for anything else.
With a few lines of code changed, the "load-balance" method will be:
1. choose home server with lowest number of outstanding packets.
2. if multiple are found with that number, randomly choose among them.
This means that when a home server goes down, any requests it hasn't
responded to will count against it. Almost all traffic will go to the
live home servers for that load-balanced pool. And the minimum number
of packets possible will be lost.
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