On Wed, 28 Jun 2000, Joseph Mack wrote:
> On Wed, 28 Jun 2000, Julian Anastasov wrote:
> > Hello,
> > On Wed, 28 Jun 2000, Dave Tyson wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > > I have just setup a LVS system to try and equalise the load of a group
> > > of sun servers running Solaris 2.6. I have got LVS working fine (using
> > > the 2.2.15 kernel and appropriate ipvs patch). I am using direct routing
> > > with wlc and a weighting value to reflect the performance of each server.
> > >
> > > At present I am testing and have noticed that telnet sessions established
> > > via LVS seem to timeout after about 15 minutes idle time. This does not
> > > occur if I connect directly to one of the servers. There seems to be no
> > > reference to this in the various FAQ's and notes. We definately would want
> > > to alter this timeout value to something > 8 hours to avoid flak from
> > > users.
> > On the director:
> > ipchains -M -S 36000 0 0
> > 36000 is 10 hours TCP timeout. man ipchains. You can try
> > with different value.
> I had a 15min timeout problem like this which took weeks to solve. I found
> more timers than I could shake a stick at before I found the right one.
> Unfortunately I can't remember the solution right now.
> Julian is this same as
If this is working it is between the both ends. I'm not sure if
telnet sets this socket option. But the LVS defaults to the MASQ timeouts
for the connection expiration time. And now they are 15 2 5 minutes
(EST/FIN/UDP). When they expire MASQ/LVS forgets about this connection.
> whichdefaults to 7200? If so this is not the cause of the 15 min timeout.
> Joseph Mack mack@xxxxxxxxxxx
Julian Anastasov <uli@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>