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as far as i can tell, this is not the behaivour tux follows now. I am running webserver that gets 10M hist a day, and i get only a small amount of these redirected to apache. usually this is because : 1. it's a 404 error 2. it's a request sent by a http client that tux was not able to parse, so it is redirected to apache 3. the disk has some permissions that tell tux to redirect the connection 4. the file extention tells tux to redirect the connection. you can read about these cases in the documentation. By the way, if you are using the latest tux, please upgrade your utils pack ----- Original Message ----- From: "Serge Sozonoff" <email@example.com> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Sunday, February 10, 2002 1:43 PM Subject: KeepAlive's > Hi all, > > I am running TUX tux-2.1.1-12, Apache 1.3.22, RH 7.2 with a 2.4.17 kernel > > Could someone explain how keepalive's are handled in Tux. I beleive I read somewhere that if a keepalive connection is negotiated between a browser and the webserver, TUX will redirect all http requests to secondary web server (in my case Apache). Since most modern browsers support keepalive the whole purpose of TUX is defeated, correct? > > I have been trying to disable this mechanism by setting max_keepalive to 0 and disableing keepalives in Apache, but when I observe my access_log under Apache it seems that it is still getting all the requests for static items like .gif's and .jpeg's. TUX should be dealing with these. > > Anyone have any ideas? > > Thanks, Serge > > > > _______________________________________________ > > email@example.com > https://listman.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/tux-list > > .
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