ldirectord and squid check

Morgan Marodin mmarodin at develon.com
Wed Apr 21 07:36:01 BST 2004


Ok, the weight is 0 ... but I'm using persistent feature ... all connection 
to this (dead) realserver continues in the new fallback.

But it's strange ... because SOMETIMES fallback goes up only when all 
realserver goes down.
And if I start ldirectord when all realservers are down ... fallback goes 
up (OK) ... and when realservers return alive ... ldirector add their 
connection but doesn't remove the fallback.

What'up ?!? A problem in the ldirector script? I use a heartbeat source rpm 
for red hat enterprise 3 to install it.

Thanks, Morgan

At 03.02 21/04/2004, you wrote:
>On Tue, Apr 20, 2004 at 05:05:46PM +0200, Morgan Marodin wrote:
> > Hi.
> >
> > If I use ldirectord original script as you say (quiescent=no) it works 
> if I
> > don't use fallback feature in the ldirectord.cf.
> >
> > Trying use this feature (like fallback= ldirectord add a
> > fallback server everytime a realserver goes down. I don't want this !!! I
> > want that the fallback goes up ONLY WHEN ALL realserver are dead.
>What is the weight of the fallback server?
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