[lvs-users] Load balancing tftpd stops after a while

Ryan O'Hara rohara at redhat.com
Mon Sep 8 17:00:36 BST 2014


On Sat, Sep 06, 2014 at 11:56:38PM -0500, Rene Romero Benavides wrote:
> Sorry, I wasn't precise, not only stops balancing, stops sending
> traffic entirely.
> Thank you again.

Can you be more specific? Right now I am assuming you mean the
director node is not sending any tftp traffic to any of the real
servers.

When this happens, what is it output from ipvsadm? Is the VIP still
present on the correct interface? Are pulse, lvsd, and nanny all
running on the master (before you restart pulse)?

> Am 06/09/14 um 23:52 schrieb Rene Romero Benavides:
> >Thanks for reading. First post, new to LVS, I've gone through the
> >introductory docs,  I've inherited this service
> > configuration file:
> >http://pastebin.com/XrNbGR7Q
> >
> >ipvsadm --version
> >ipvsadm v1.26 2008/5/15 (compiled with popt and IPVS v1.2.1)
> >on Redhat 6.5

What version of piranha?

> >We're balancing a tftp service it was working fine, until recently
> >it began stopping balancing at seemingly random times, if we do a
> >service pulse restart, the balancing starts working again, I think
> >this is related somehow to the well known "ARP Problem", the
> >symptoms are very similar  but I don't really understand it nor
> >how to fix it, I'm not a networks guy but I'm entitled to keep
> >track and try to fix this issue.

How did you choose to solve the arp problem?

> >the redhat guys aren't helping much.

First I have heard of this.

Ryan

> >Any ideas?
> >
> >
> >
> >Thank you very much and greetings from México City.
> >
> 

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