Logging LVS state

Julian Anastasov ja at ssi.bg
Fri May 24 19:12:30 BST 2002


On Fri, 24 May 2002, Jeremy Kerr wrote:

> I'm currently doing a few tests on a LVS director, using the 2.8.14 kernel.

	2.4.? 2.2.?

> One parts of the tests involves logging the status of the director while
> under load from apachebench.
> To do this, I'm reading from /proc/net/ip_vs_stats once per time period (2
> seconds at the moment), and doing some minimal parsing, then saving the
> output to a text file.

	IPVS for kernel 2.4 can display estimated rates additionally
to the stats.

> I can run the logging daemon while the director is idle and it works
> perfectly - but when I apply load, it stops the machine entirely after a few
> cycles (no packets are forwarded, console is unusable - I have to force a
> reboot)
> The daemon is just a small perl script - and I can't see any problems with it
> - is there anything in the ipvs code that would cause this behavior?

	What is the IPVS version?

> Thanks,
> Jeremy Kerr


Julian Anastasov <ja at ssi.bg>

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