[OPEN-ILS-GENERAL] Web Client and Load Balancer
driscoll at noblenet.org
Tue Sep 3 13:06:53 EDT 2019
I did not get pound to work with websockets. I switched to ldirectord. I
did this setup a year ago so I don't know if the fix in January resolved
the problem. I have not tested it. I'm also using apache-websockets and
have not yet switched to websocketd. Not sure if that make a difference
with pound or not.
Martha Driscoll, Systems Manager
North of Boston Library Exchange
On Tue, Sep 3, 2019 at 9:29 AM Josh Stompro <stomproj at gsuite.larl.org>
> Martha, I just saw your post. We are also using pound proxy, and looking
> to upgrade to 3.3 and use the web staff client. Did you get it to work
> with pound.
> It looks like historically pound proxy has had trouble with websockets
> , but there was a release early this year with a fix perhaps ?
> What is everyone switching to from pound? HAproxy?
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> On Mon, Aug 6, 2018 at 8:41 AM Martha Driscoll <driscoll at noblenet.org>
>> We are running release 3.0.9 and I can connect to the web client if I
>> browse directly to one of my application servers. When I try to login via
>> the load balancer I get the login screen but when I try to login it just
>> refreshes the login screen.
>> Is there something that needs to be configured for the web client to work
>> through a load balancer? We are using the pound load balancer and I have
>> backends setup for port 443.
>> Martha Driscoll, Systems Manager
>> North of Boston Library Exchange
> Josh Stompro - IT Director
> Lake Agassiz Regional Library
> Desk: 218-233-3757 Ext 139
> Cell: 218-790-2110
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