I believe the standard .tar.gz for IPVS only installs ipvsadm in /sbin.
Try creating a symlink in /usr/sbin for ipvsadm (or change the
value of $IPVSADM in ldirectord). This should stop the errors listed
Also, yes, you only need the Net::SSLeay stuff to monitor https.
> I comment "use Net::SSLeay" in my ldirectord for I think it is used
> for https and I have no this module in my linux box.( Net::SSLeay need
> while there is an error message in /var/log/ldirectord:
> [Wed Mar 29 19:05:45 2000|www.cf] Starting Linux Director Daemon
> [Wed Mar 29 19:05:45 2000|www.cf] system(/usr/sbin/ipvsadm -A -t
> -s wlc ) failed
> [Wed Mar 29 19:05:45 2000|www.cf] Adding virtual server: 172.16.2.38:80
> [Wed Mar 29 19:05:45 2000|www.cf] system(/usr/sbin/ipvsadm -a -t
> -R 10.3.21.131:80 -m ) failed
> [Wed Mar 29 19:05:45 2000|www.cf] Adding real server: 10.3.21.131:80
> but I can use ipvsadm manually to add service and realserver,
> so I'm not sure if it is due to Net::SSLeay?
> en... another question:
> How can I change the default connection entries in hash table when
> building the kernel?
> the HOWTO said the default value is 2^12, what is the upper-limit of
> this value? 2^18?
> waiting for your answer or comments.
> thanks. :)