keepalived 1.1.12 on centos 4.2

mike mike503 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 17 00:08:19 GMT 2006


I tried keepalived - it was a little cludgy for me. I wound up switching to
ldirectord (using standard yum sources)

yum -y install heartbeat heartbeat-ldirectord

Quite simple... very nice.


On 3/16/06, Rich Hawley <rhawley at americancustomercare.com> wrote:
>
> I installed the rpm for ipvsadm, which is version 1.24.
>
> I tried the source from keepalived.org and a couple of source RPMs, as
> well as a binary RPM of keepalived.
>
> I had a similar problem to other people on the list where it wasn't
> finding the kernel source.  I fixed that issue but I have a new problem
>
> Here is the result of the configure script
>
> Keepalived configuration
> ------------------------
> Keepalived version       : 1.1.12
> Compiler                 : gcc
> Compiler flags           : -g -O2
> Extra Lib                : -lpopt -lssl -lcrypto
> Use IPVS Framework       : Yes
> IPVS sync daemon support : Yes
> Use VRRP Framework       : Yes
> Use LinkWatch            : Yes
> Use Debug flags          : No
>
> However, during the configure script, it picks up the kernel version as
> 2.4.20
>
> checking for kernel version... 2.4.20
>
> I am running 2.6.9-34.ELsmp (installed from RPM).  I have this source
> installed and thats what I pointed the configure script to.  In fact,
> the system was installed with 2.6 and 2.4 has never been on the server.
>
> I've googled for quite some time trying to find a solution.  I've gone
> over the configure script to try and find out how its getting 2.4.20 as
> the kernel version.  I'm not a programmer so I couldn't figure that part
> out.
>
> Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.
>
> ..Rich
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