In this case, wouldn't it make more sense not to use VS at all and just
have the proxy connect to the different machines? Might require coding
on the proxy side, but since you're already bringing data up to
userspace, it would probably be easier to mess with, and I'd expect it to
be slightly more efficient.
On Sun, 27 Jun 1999, Gerd v. Egidy wrote:
> Date: Sun, 27 Jun 1999 11:37:20 +0200 (MEST)
> From: Gerd v. Egidy <egidy.list3@xxxxxx>
> To: Joseph Mack <mack@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Cc: linux-virtualserver@xxxxxxxxxxxx, linux-virtualserver@xxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re2: using the vs from the vs-machine
> Hi Joe,
> > > My problem is that if i try to access the virtual server from the
> > > virtual-server machine i can't get a connection.
> > can't be done, changing to tunneling, dr etc wont help. You
> > can't use normal routing on addresses that the LVS is controlling.
> can you say how big the effort will be to make it work? is it just a
> two-line patch in vs or something bigger?
> i need it to install a ssl-proxy on the vs-machine because the virtual
> servers are heavy-loaded with database and php stuff and the vs machine could
> do the ssl encryption stuff because the load is very low on it.
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