Re: [load balancing] Radware WSD and SSL load balancing?

From: Iztok Umek <iztok [izzat] si-con.com>
Date: Wed Nov 14 2007 - 10:57:48 EST

Hank,

1. Make sure that your HMM or Connectivity checks are reasonable.

2. Make sure you use some kind of persistency (EPS or SSL ID for
example) so client doesn't have to negotiate SSL session every time.

Sincerely,
  Iztok

Hank Nussbacher wrote:
> We are encountering a problem with a Radware WSD operated at our hosting
> company that is creating performance problems for SSL (HTTPS) traffic. As
> I delve into this, I just wanted to quickly hear whether this is a known
> issue. The problem is that the load-balanced IIS servers have their CPU
> jump by about 50-90% above what they normally run w/o the WSD in the
> equation and therefore response time, when heavily loaded with hundreds of
> sessions, suffers.
>
> Thanks,
> Hank
>
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