[lvs-users] Load Balancer Not Listening on Specified Ports

mojorising moj0rising at aim.com
Tue Nov 3 00:44:54 GMT 2009

Thanks again, Graeme.

I changed the port to 3128. Still no dice.   :|

I just posted a message about this to the Piranha list to see what
those cats know. I'll post back here with the results (in case it's
useful to others in the future). If that doesn't work out, I'll go for
that next suggestion you proposed, which I'm quite sure will do the


On 02/11/2009, Graeme Fowler <graeme at graemef.net> wrote:
> On Mon, 2009-11-02 at 13:19 -0800, mojorising wrote:
>> Okay. I've finally had time to come back to this. I've looked over
>> your latest message and now think I'm kinda stuck.
> Uh-oh.
>> I checked /var/log/messages and see those same nanny messages like this:
>> Nov  2 11:59:20 omsbuild nanny[25772]: READ to timed out
>> but I don't see anything more from nanny on my system. Is there
>> another place on the server I can get nanny log information?
> No idea. Nanny is RedHat's monitoring widget, and is supported by them
> as part of the Piranha package.
>> The ipvsadm commands are helpful to know, yet there isn't much for
>> them to report right now:
> Well... if nanny cannout connect to the HTTP server on your realservers,
> it won't work.
> That said I notice that the virtual service is on the webcache port...
> are the realservers webcache servers or HTTP servers? If you change
> from :80 to :3128, does the behaviour change?
> My next suggestion would be to try ldirectord and heartbeat together, or
> keepalived on its own - they're better understood here.
> Graeme
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