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Load Balancer Slow in Forward Request

i have a domain.com point to digital ocean loadbalancer ip to distribute to 2server. when i try to use access the web via domain.com it is extremely slow and sometimes even timeout. but when i try via my server hostname it is working normally, what possible cause to this? is the load balancer slow in forwarding request?


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Yeah, i experienced this too. It’s caused by algorithm setting, it’s slow when i chose “Least Connection”. But when i revert back to “Round Robin” all go back to normal. What’s goin on here, i don’t know too

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I have the exact same problem with a LoadBalancer I created through kubernetes. Port 80 http traffic is fast but port 443 ssl traffic is extremely slow. When I flip a setting like algorithm it becomes fast on ssl but then after a while reverts back to being slow.