[lvs-users] ldirectord + mysql woes

Malcolm Turnbull malcolm at loadbalancer.org
Wed Jul 1 09:37:55 BST 2015

Do you mean extended health checks?
We have an example here of external checks with our version of ldirectord:

All of the code that Loadbalancer.org uses in LVS / Ldirectord /
HAProxy is open source,
I think Horms was looking at merging some of it into Ldirectord
...Although he would probably cringe at the quality of some of our
hacks :-).

However in the meantime if you want a copy of our version of
ldirectord just drop an email to support at loadbalancer.org and they
will send it to you.
Ps. Our Ldirectord also includes compatibility with the Feedback Agent
code (windows service agent is open source as well):

On 1 July 2015 at 09:13,  <support at remsnet.de> wrote:
> On 29-06-15 19:34, Malcolm Turnbull wrote:
> ...
>> LVS certainly won't care what the traffic is but you probably need
>> some kind of connection reset to make the new mysql server
>> re-negotiate with the client.
>> It may be your application that is confused by the server change.
> @malcom , thats the pitty part of ldirectord , still till today .
> Ldirectord  can not run more complex chat scripts .
> Maybe your Team mates take over that ldirectord developemnt too :-) and enhance it ...
> was reaseon for me to move to  keepalived as its  complex chat scripts capable ,
> and quite better supported then any other lvs daemons.
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