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Restarting a VSE: what happens to my requests?

Question asked by ihullu on Aug 8, 2017
Latest reply on Aug 14, 2017 by Joel NeSmith

I have a question what happens to requests  when a VSE is restarted. What happens to the active sessions,

so to the requests that were being handled by virtual services? I am specifically interested in HTTP virtual services.

And what happens to the requests that were queued? I understand that there is some kind of queueing under the hood to make sure that requests that could not be handles yet are processed later.

 

So when the VSE comes up again does it continue processing the requests it was handling when the server was restarted (so pick up all sessions that were running earlier)?

Does it process the requests that were queued by the under the hood queueing mechanism?

 

I understand that all requests arriving during the restart of the VSE can be considered lost. 

 

Thank you, Izaak

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