Author:Brendon Upson
Email:bupson at wnc.net.au
Subject:RE: Web Booster - disabling poll
Category:Web Booster
Message:

I guess the bottom line is that if the backend host won't reply to a poll message, it won't reply to a user request! Instead of polling for / create a very small file on your host (eg /poll.txt) and poll that. This way no CPU horsepower is wasted trying to put together the default page.

BOOSTERPortTimeout= controls the timeout between the browser and booster and booster and the host, not the poll timeout. 


Threads:
Web Booster - disabling poll   Jens Bruntt 22.Feb.07
    RE: Web Booster - disabling poll   Brendon Upson 23.Feb.07
        RE: Web Booster - disabling poll   Jens Bruntt 23.Feb.07
            RE: Web Booster - disabling poll   Brendon Upson 24.Feb.07
                Does BOOSTERPortTimeout not control the poll timeout   Jens Bruntt 26.Feb.07
        RE: Web Booster - disabling poll   Jens Bruntt 26.Feb.07