The Reliable, High Performance TCP/HTTP Load Balancer

Edit Package haproxy.28814

HAProxy implements an event-driven, mono-process model which enables support
for very high number of simultaneous connections at very high speeds.
Multi-process or multi-threaded models can rarely cope with thousands of
connections because of memory limits, system scheduler limits, and lock
contention everywhere. Event-driven models do not have these problems because
implementing all the tasks in user-space allows a finer resource and time
management. The down side is that those programs generally don't scale well on
multi-processor systems. That's the reason why they must be optimized to get
the most work done from every CPU cycle.


Source Files
Filename Size Changed
0001-BUG-MEDIUM-mux-h2-Refuse-interim-responses-with-end-.patch 0000000558 558 Bytes
_service 0000000617 617 Bytes
_servicedata 0000000224 224 Bytes
haproxy-1.6.0-makefile_lib.patch 0000000708 708 Bytes
haproxy-1.6.0-sec-options.patch 0000001188 1.16 KB
haproxy-1.6.0_config_haproxy_user.patch 0000001974 1.93 KB
haproxy-2.0.31.tar.gz 0002810454 2.68 MB
haproxy-rpmlintrc 0000000172 172 Bytes
haproxy.cfg 0000000799 799 Bytes
haproxy.changes 0000256467 250 KB
haproxy.init 0000010172 9.93 KB
haproxy.spec 0000007610 7.43 KB
local.usr.sbin.haproxy.apparmor 0000000070 70 Bytes
usr.sbin.haproxy.apparmor 0000000753 753 Bytes
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