On Thu, 10 Apr 2008, Jason Stubbs wrote:
I'm moving this thread to the lvs-devel list.
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Moving ip_vs_in to the end of POSTROUTING and moving
ip_vs_out to the start of PREROUTING as in the attached
patch seems to work and lets me do what I want. LVS-NAT
and SNAT are working both independently and in
conjunction to allow connections to VIPs from anywhere.
There's an effort to move ipvs() out of LOCAL_IN. Horms is
coordinating the patches, but he's just moved from Japan to
Sydney and will be even busier than he's been previously.
Well, SNAT works independently and LVS-NAT works in
conjuction with SNAT but LVS-NAT isn't working on its own.
I'll look into this and try and fix it, but the questions
below still stand. :)
I haven't tested LVS-DR, LVS-TUN or localnode (although I
think localnode should still work) and am not so worried
if they don't work. Are there any other issues likely to
arise with this patch? Is there any reason why LVS didn't
hook into (or near) those places in the first place?
I understand that it'll likely never be accepted because
it'd break pretty much every existing installation (VIP
on an interface would not make it to IPVS)...
We're going to do it whether it breaks everything or not. It
needs to be done.
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