Scott Jones wrote:
> The extra NICs
> seemed like the easiest suggestion for getting around the ARP problem (and I
> had 2 spares!), so that's what I chose to try that first... :)
it was a reasonable thing to do. I've just stuck an extra card into a
and am recompiling its kernel. I'll let you know what transpires.
> Here is my lvs_dr.conf that I was using; I think that I've set it up
> correctly. (I've defined lvs, director-inside, app1, app2, and gateway in
> my /etc/hosts file).
all looks fine
> BTW, I checked my ping, and indeed, I can do ping -c 1 -- the configure
> script seemed to run beyond the "ping" section, but then at the end it
> reported a fatal error...
can you send me the output of running rc.lvs_dr where you get this ping problem
$rc.lvs_dr >rc.lvs_dr.out 2>&1
and the output from running it in debug mode
$sh -x rc.lvs_dr >rc.lvs_dr.sh-x.out 2>&1
send them to me off-line ie mailto:mack.joseph@xxxxxxx
I'll see if I can figure what happened
> Will I need $router_forwards to be defined at all?
no. You'll get a warning saying that a test can't be done.
Joseph Mack PhD, Senior Systems Engineer, Lockheed Martin
contractor to the National Environmental Supercomputer Center,
mailto:mack.joseph@xxxxxxx ph# 919-541-0007, RTP, NC, USA