billy.gunn at porivo.com
Tue Aug 28 21:30:42 BST 2001
Thanks for pointing me to the ipvs-0.9.3/ChangeLog file Julian. I will be
sure to check there in the future.
Fortunately (for me) ldirectord is perl. ipvsadm 1.19 does not support
using -R to add a real server. Changing -R to -r in the ldirectord perl
code has corrected the issue. As of this morning, the latest ldirectord
v1.36 is still using -R to add real servers.
From: lvs-users-admin at LinuxVirtualServer.org
[mailto:lvs-users-admin at LinuxVirtualServer.org]On Behalf Of Julian
Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2001 6:04 PM
To: Billy Gunn
Cc: lvs-users at LinuxVirtualServer.org
Subject: Re: ldirectord problem
On Tue, 28 Aug 2001, Billy Gunn wrote:
> RedHat - 7.1
> Kernel - 2.4.9
> ipvs - 0.9.3
> ipvsadm - 1.19
> I am having a problem where ldirectord is not adding the real server.
> I run ldirectord -d I get the following debug messages which I pasted
> I see an issue with a command /sbin/ipvsadm -a -t 192.168.100.10:443 -R
> 192.168.5.166:443 -m. When I issue this at the command line I get invalid
> option, and so does ldirectord as shown in the debug messages. When I
> change -R to -r the real server is added correctly. Any ideas on what is
It seems the behavior is changed. It is mentioned in the
ipvs-0.9.3/ChangeLog file. It seems ldirector should use -r.
> Billy Gunn
Julian Anastasov <ja at ssi.bg>
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