Re: [ANNOUNCE] ipvs 1.0.9

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Subject: Re: [ANNOUNCE] ipvs 1.0.9
From: "Alex Kramarov" <alex@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 27 May 2003 18:09:09 +0200
The new kernels are available at the usual place.
-------Original Message-------
Date: Monday, May 26, 2003 3:34:03 PM
Subject: Re: [ANNOUNCE] ipvs 1.0.9
I will update my kernels to include ipvs 1.0.9 in 2-3 days, please wait, I
am swamped at work ;)
-------Original Message-------
From: users mailing list.
Date: Monday, May 26, 2003 2:30:04 PM
To: users mailing list.
Subject: Re: [ANNOUNCE] ipvs 1.0.9
Will Alex "kernel-2.4.20-9.noO1lowlat.ipvs.i686.rpm" run with
ipvsadm-1.21-6 ??
Wensong Zhang wrote:
>The ipvs 1.0.9 tar ball is available on the LVS website. It has a serious
>bug fix. Please upgrade to this version if you use 1.0.8. The ChangeLog is
>as follows:
>IP Virtual Server Netfilter module - Version 1.0.9 - May 21, 2003
> * Ported the Shortest Expected Delay scheduling module and the
> Never Queue scheduling module back from IPVS 1.1.5. Again, thanks
> must go to Marko Buuri <marko at buuri dot name> for talking the
> SED and NQ algorithms to us.
> * Removed the terrible line of initializing the sltimer_jiffies
> with the system jiffies, which was added in the version 1.0.8. It
> would cause a big delay for connection expiration, which might
> lead to some serious problems, such as resource wasting and hang
> up while unloading the ipvs module. Thanks must go to Horms for
> the finding and explanation.
> * ipvsadm man page update
>As always, bugreports, fixes, comments and suggestions are welcome.
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