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:
> > 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...