First, *THANKS* so much to those who replied on my SSL queries. Those
answers nudged me in the right direction and I got the rest figured out and
running fine with all the virtual hosts and SSL.
Once it was up and running, of course I had to try and break it :) Something
odd I'm noticing when a host fails. I have Alive set to 10, and Server set
to 15. When I take down one of the two backends and then hit the website
from a client browser, it takes right at 60 seconds before pound figures out
that the backend chosen is down. Then it correctly marks it as down and
doesn't use it any more. When I bring the server back up, it notices it's
back up in about 10 seconds and starts using it again.
I would have thought the "Server 15" would have made pound time out trying
to reach the backend in 15 seconds, not 60, thus making the "failover"
quicker. Am I misreading the documentation on what the Server directive is
supposed to do, or is there something else I'm missing afoot?
Thanks in advance for any thoughts!
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