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Apache: Problems with proxy balancer in apache 2.2.22

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Im trying to configure the proxy_balancer, but still having problems. Here is my configuration:

BalancerMember http://172.16.14.81:80 
retry=120 
timeout=10 

BalancerMember http://172.16.14.82:80 
retry=1 
timeout=10 
status=+H

But when The first worker fails, request are not redirected to the failover worker. For this I have to wait for more than 7 minutes. Is this behavior normal?

posted Feb 16, 2015 by anonymous

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