On Mon, 31 Mar 2008, Julius Volz wrote:
Thanks for the warning, I guess you are talking about this (and the
Does this have any special implications in the IPv6 case?
possibly, possibly not. I was just warning you so that if
you came across it, you would recognize it.
The problem looks pretty complicated and no one seems to
completely understand it ;) I will keep it in mind for
We don't have enough people using UDP to know how LVS should
Again, interesting info. Is there a specific relation to
I assume you'll be testing UDP, and if it behaves strangely,
you'll want to know which parts to blame us for :-)
Aha, interesting. Could you explain a bit more for a
newbie in what ways IPVS "bypasses" netfilter?
LVS controlled packets don't always follow the netfilter
path. They appear in the output without going through the
middle. So iptables rules don't always work.
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