Re: Persistent Services

To: "Thomas A. Morris" <morrist@xxxxxxxxxxxx>, jbearce@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: Persistent Services
Cc: lvs-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
From: Wayne <wayne@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2000 11:14:11 -0700
Jim is right that for persistent connections, it has to wait till the
persistent connection time out then it will be able to route to
other good server.

At 02:04 PM 6/26/00 -0400, Thomas A. Morris wrote:
>jbearce@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> > That seems to work for the non-persistent services, but it doesn't seem to 
> > work
> > for the persistent ones.  After removing a realserver or marking the weight 
> > as
> > 0, no new traffic will be sent to that server, but looking at 'ipchains -L 
> > -M
> > -n' still shows masq entries for existing connections and those connections
> > don't seem to get routed to a new server until the masq timer expires.  
> > This is
> > with the Redhat 2.2.14-12 kernel plus the LVS 0.9.13 patch. (I've tried all 
> > the
> > earlier LVS patches down to 0.9.8 as well).
> >
> > Jim
>Are you running the ipchains command to remove the real servers?
>/sbin/ipchains -D forward -j MASQ -s  <REALSERVER>
>I'm using firewall marks, so your mileage may vary...

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