Re: how can i monitor real servers (RDP)?

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Subject: Re: how can i monitor real servers (RDP)?
From: Dominik Klein <dk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 25 Nov 2005 10:10:14 +0100
If you're using heartbeat for director failover (think this is what hb is used for), keepalived can also do that for you.

Keepalived uses ip_vs for load-balancing (this should be what ldirectord is doing for you right now) so you would have a single point of configuration.

If you are familiar with the ipvsadm configuration and already dealt with failover, read "man keepalived.conf" and you should be set up in very short time.

Leon Keijser wrote:
Okay, thanks for the responses so far (and so quickly too!). I will give
keepalived a shot. Last question: right now i'm using LVS-DR in combination
with ldirectord and heartbeat. Should i drop all this and start over with
keepalived, or can i simply replace/add something?

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