I’ve got haproxy to work for us. But right now there are two haproxy processes running. One for HTTP and the other for TCP (RTMP). I’ve tried to configure both proxies in one configuration file but haproxy only handles HTTP then.
My configuration file:
global log 127.0.0.1 local0 log 127.0.0.1 local1 notice #daemon debug user haproxy group haproxy maxconn 4096defaults log global mode tcp option tcplog option dontlognull option redispatch retries 3 maxconn 2000 contimeout 10000 clitimeout 50000 srvtimeout 50000listen http :80 mode tcp balance roundrobin server h1 xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:80 check server h2 xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:80 checklisten rtmp :1935 mode tcp balance roundrobin server s1 xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:1935 check server s2 xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:1935 check
This doesn’t work for me. It only works when I split the configuration in two (one HTTP, one RTMP) and start two haproxy processes.
Ok, I have to answer my own question one more time. Yes, it is possible and my configuration file works. The problem was somewhere outside of HAProxy. Mea culpa.
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