[Seaside] Server Identification in Session Keys
philippe.marschall at gmail.com
Wed Aug 18 05:20:55 UTC 2010
2010/8/17 Sven Van Caekenberghe <sven at beta9.be>:
> I am trying to configure Apache 2's mod_proxy_balancer with sticky sessions towards multiple Seaside 3 instances.
> What I need, apart from starting multiple VM's with the same image running on different ports (I am working on one machine), is that each VM adds a server identification to the session key (_s), so that the balancer can route everything in the same session to the same instance.
> How can this be done ?
> As far as I understand, it is WAApplication (WARegistry>>#handleFiltered:) that hands out session ID's in the _s parameter (#keyField), but I cannot immediately find where the session ID's are generated (is it WACache>>#store using WAKeyGenerator ?) and how I could interfere in a clean way.
> Has anyone done this before ?
> Thx for any help/pointers,
Seaside-Cluster  does this. You need to replace WAApplication with
WAClusteredApplication and then configure the route on the
The easiest way to do this is using:
WAAdmin makeAllClusteredWith: yourRoute
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