I've seen this situation on my test environment. It just happend that one of
the realservers didn't hide its lo interface, even if I hid it by hand one
second before testing, and it seemed to catch every connection while the
director had the same ip configured on an alias for its eth0.
Connect to your virtualserver and check with ipvsadm that it has counted the
connection; if not, you are having the same problem.
Alle 19:20, giovedì 22 gennaio 2004, Nathan ha scritto:
> On Wed, 2004-01-21 at 20:27, Horms wrote:
> > On Wed, Jan 21, 2004 at 05:02:58PM -0800, Nathan wrote:
> > > I've setup a couple of LVS services so far w/o any problems, until this
> > > one..
> > >
> > > I've got 3 real servers I'm trying to run LVS/DR with but for some
> > > reason it only sends data to one of the real servers. Even when I clear
> > > out the LVS settings it still sends data to the one real server until I
> > > take down the lo:XX interface. All my settings look right, the director
> > > has the right IP configured on a non-lo interface. Anyone had any
> > > problems like this or know what I'm missing?
> > Where is said lo:XX interface? What happens after you take it down?
> Its on the real server. When its taken down I can no longer ping or see
> any service @ the VIP.
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