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Timeout configuration in Apache
Joined: Mar 12, 2012
Mar 12, 2012 21:21:11
I am using apache 2.2 version and I have three servers configured there for load balancing purpose (like as below)
However the backend application nodes configured in balancer member requires lot of processing time and hence we were facing issues related to timeout like as below
“The timeout specified has expired: proxy: error reading status line from remote server ”
As I had a customised .conf file ,I had to add the below lines explicitly to avoid picking default timeout value from default http-default.conf file
So now my questions are:
Do I need to explicitly configure timeout value at both the levels as shown above,
a) Timeout 500 outside Proxy.
b) timeout=500 at BalancerMember level.
I came across somewhere that if the timeout of the Apache BalancerMember is not configured the global Apache timout is inherited there. Please suggest..
Also please suggest the exact parameters in apache that needs to be tuned when huge concurrent requests are anticipated ?
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