configuring LVS multiple realservers in director with localnode in SMP machine
Joseph Mack NA3T
jmack at wm7d.net
Sun Jun 3 01:30:18 BST 2007
On Sat, 2 Jun 2007, Alexander Osorio wrote:
> No, the idea is make connections load balancing, for example:
> VIP 192.168.1.105 dev bond0:1 set mark 1
> | |
> | |
> VIP 192.168.1.205 dev bond0:2 VIP 192.168.1.305 dev bond0:3
> realserver binded(192.168.1.205:5000) realserver binded(192.168.1.305:5000)
> The LVS and the realservers are in the same machine,
you can only have one realserver in LocalNode.
> the idea is to
> make use of the processors (2 in the example) to have one process
> listen in each processor...
you can't tag a process to a processor (at least easily in
LVS doesn't know about processors, only IP connections. The
director is a router with slightly altered rules.
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