October 2012 Archives

Domain-based session affinity/persistency

So, here is another pretty cool feature I've implemented. It might interest you if you use multiple domains with reverse proxies.

I was recently asked to add to Perlbal::Plugin::SessionAffinity the ability to allow consistent session affinity per domain. Hell, it's a paid feature so I took a look at it.

The idea is that if you have a lot of domains and you use Perlbal::Plugin::SessionAffinity in your Perlbal reve…

Counter-productive over time

Ovid wrote a post recently on an unexpected result of Mojolicious' "no dependency" policy.

I won't go into the horror stories of people getting yelled at for saying Mojo doesn't support dependencies. Instead, I'll give my opinion on the concept of no dependency, and you could decide for yourself if it relates to Mojolicious or not. I honestly don't care. Obviously, this is not a "don't use Mojolicious" post. In fact, I think it's a cool framework and you should try it out. This post is about m…

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