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Re: [Xen-users] VERY odd HTTP Packet Loss

On Wed, Apr 3, 2013 at 4:57 PM, Mike <debian@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Only see it with HTTP POSTs.
> Also - further testing - the size of the post needs to be around 2000
> bytes.  When it fails, the POST is truncated at 1250-1450 bytes.

tcpdump the packets at the various points in your network to see where
the data drops.

Yep - done that, viz:

Test ---> HAProxy (vmware) ---> Tomcat (vmware) # Works
Test ---> HAProxy (vmware) ---> Tomcat (xen) # Data dropped between HAProxy and Tomcat
Test ---> HAProxy (xen) ---> Tomcat (vmware) # Data droped at Haproxy
Test ---> HAProxy(xen) ---> HAProxy (xen) # Data dropped  at Haproxy

I'll verify this again.  It's hard to see the whole XML Post.  The XML being posted is about 2000 bytes in size - up to 4000.  Up to a certain size (circza 1800 or so) it works reliably.  Above that size, we see the XML hit the LB, but the full XML isn't reached by the Tomcats.

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