Whats with the Apache version you mention? 2.4.28???

Also you are using Oracle plugin, and AFAIK it has nothing to hold out sessions "manually" when contacting with a weblogic backend. To "hold out sessions" Weblogic should not giving any response or taking long, and that's basically adjust timeouts in the plugin.

Specifically the Oracle plugin has a directive for IO timeout:
WLIOTimeoutSecs, If not set, its default value is 300 seconds.

Weblogic has a Listen BackLog which you should probably be adjusting too.


2017-05-08 13:28 GMT+02:00 Velmurugan Dhakshnamoorthy <dvel.hex@gmail.com>:
Hi,
No, I am restricting the number of sessions to 100 in Weblogic 12c, when 101 user login via Apache , the browser get an error message whatever weblogic throws.

Regards,
Vel


Regards,
Velmurugan Dhakshnamoorthy (Vel)
Singapore.

On Mon, May 8, 2017 at 7:22 PM, Eric Covener <covener@gmail.com> wrote:
On Mon, May 8, 2017 at 7:20 AM, Velmurugan Dhakshnamoorthy
<dvel.hex@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am using Apache 2.4.28 as a reverse proxy for weblogic 12c. I am using
> Oracle delivered plugin to communicate from Apache to weblogic 12c. My
> requirement is to enable queuing option in Apache proxy server. Meaning,
> when I restrict the connections at weblogic layer, I want the users to be
> queued in Apache proxy for certain  period until weblogic releases the some
> sessions.
>
> is this possible to achieve in Apache 2.4 proxy?
>
> Apache 2.4.28 (proxy)
> weblogic 12.1.3 (content server)
> Red Hat Linux 7.2


Isn't that what implicitly happens?

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