On Tue, 26 Sep 2000, Thomas Proell wrote:
> > Currently, there is a script for the real servers that
> > shows the traffic in packets/sec for Linux 2.2+. You are free
> > to build other scripts on other platforms that show this rate.
> I guess it doesn't work for my setup; I accept all packets for
Your guess is wrong, it works even for your setup :)
> all destinations and redirect them to transparent squids. I don't
> have a Virtual Server but a Virtual Proxy.
> The testlvs needs to generate different IP-addresses and
> (better) some more often then the others.
> As far as I read the README, testlvs only addresses the VIP
> (which is not sufficient for me :-(
Hey, this program tests the director's throughput,
not the real service. LVS does not use the destination
address as hash key for the connection table, why to change
it on each packet. In the real servers we only detect the
incoming packets. They don't reach the sockets. The
destination address is fixed intentionally.
To test squid you need another testing tool. You
have to read the README file again. Of course, you can hit
the real servers, may be to test the SYN cookies support :)
testlvs sends only TCP SYN packets. It can't create
Julian Anastasov <ja@xxxxxx>