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Appendix B. Java Properties Reference
B.1. Proxy Configuration
Configuration values are sent to proxies under the following conditions:
- During server startup.
- When a proxy is detected through the advertise mechanism.
- During error recovery, when a proxy's configuration is reset.
Table B.1. Proxy Configuration Values for Tomcat
|stickySession||true||Specifies whether subsequent requests for a given session should be routed to the same node, if possible.|
|stickySessionRemove||false|| Specifies whether the httpd proxy should remove session stickiness if the balancer is unable to route a request to the node to which it is stuck. This property is ignored if |
|stickySessionForce||true|| Specifies whether the httpd proxy should return an error if the balancer is unable to route a request to the node to which it is stuck. This property is ignored if |
|workerTimeout||-1|| Specifies the number of seconds to wait for a worker to become available to handle a request. When all the workers of a balancer are unusable, |
|maxAttempts||1|| Specifies the number of times the httpd proxy will attempt to send a given request to a worker before aborting. The minimum value is |
|flushPackets||false||Specifies whether packet flushing is enabled or disabled.|
|flushWait||-1|| Specifies the time to wait before flushing packets. A value of |
|ping||10||Time to wait (in seconds) for a pong answer to a ping.|
|smax||-|| Specifies the soft maximum idle connection count. The maximum value is determined by the httpd thread configuration (|
|ttl||60|| Specifies the time (in seconds) idle connections persist, above the |
|nodeTimeout||-1|| Specifies the time (in seconds) |
|balancer||mycluster||Specifies the name of the load-balancer.|
|loadBalancingGroup||-|| Specifies the load balancing among |