On Fri, 27 Apr 2001, Xavier Mertens wrote:
> I've the following config:
> RealServer (Linux box 2.2.16-22) with two nodes configured to reveive
> RADIUS traffic. Weight are set to force a kind of fail over:
> UDP radius-vs:rad-auth rr
> -> hades:rad-auth Route 1 0 1
> -> virgo:rad-auth Route 65535 0 0
> UDP radius-vs:rad-acct rr
> -> hades:rad-acct Route 1 0 1
> -> virgo:rad-acct Route 65535 0 0
> I wrote a small daemon which monitors the 2 RADIUS servers and issues
> "ipvsadm -(a|d)" in case of troubles with one of the RADIUS.
> Problem: once the daemon removed the node "hades" (weight 1), the traffic
> is NOT forwarded to virgo (weight 65535)! Any idea? If a few minutes later,
> hades is back, the traffic is still send to this host.
Any effect from ipchains -M -S 0 0 10 executed in the LVS box?
May be you can reduce the UDP timeout even more in your setup.
May be there are still UDP entries that are not timed out after you
delete the real server.
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