I deployed a meteor app on App Engine on one instance, it works well.
However, when I want to scale on two instances, I sometimes got 401 on HTTP GET requests. Every call through websocket is successful with two instances.
I use meteor-files to handle upload and download.
When I download a file, the client makes an HTTP request (GET) to download the file from the server. In a method, I check this.userId (from the meteor) to compare it with the owner of the file (on mongoDb)
with one instance
- when the user is authenticated, it always works: this.userId is always set
with two instances
- when the client is authenticated with instance 1 AND the request is directed to instance 1 => OK
- when the client is authenticated with instance 1 AND the request is directed to instance 2 => this.userId is null.
What I tried
network: session_affinity: true
However when I check the config in the google app engine service, I got:
It seems to be related to this bug: https://issuetracker.google.com/issues/154647126
How do you handle mutli instances with Meteor ?
How do you handle multi instances with Meteor in Google App Engine?