Re: heartbeat with static and virtualip address

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Subject: Re: heartbeat with static and virtualip address
From: Horms <horms@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 2005 12:25:12 +0900 (JST)
In article <7c66c8a30511180253y7092cf90k@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> you wrote:
> Hi,
> Currently we have 2 webservers with following network cards
> eth0 , eth2:100 (virtual ip)
> This virual ip is using for hosting websites.Now we are planning to
> implement ultramonkey.
> As i read the documentation of heartbeat.Heartbeat " file to
> configure two nodes connected by ethernet (eth0) and (eth1)"
> I am using a virtual ips also in my webservers.Hearbeat will support
> virtual ipaddresses or not.If a request comes
> to staticip,virtual ip of my webservers how heartbeat will send the
> exact destination address.
> I am confused with this concept and virualip addresses

And I am confused by your question :(

In general, an IP address is an IP address, regardless
if it is attached to eth0, eth2:100, or anywhere else
for that matter.

Could you draw a diagram of what you are trying to achieve?


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