On Mon, 25 Sep 2006, Dirk Umlauffd wrote:
I've set up an LVS for a redundant DNS service on two redhat boxes:
OK so you have two boxes which serve as two directors and
How about you set both realservers to the same weight untill
you get it to work.
RIP's: .21 and .22 on the same network as the VIP.
Everything works fine, exept if the named on the "master" (.20) fails, then I
recieve the answers from 10.0.0.22 instead of 10.0.0.20.
this isn't how it's supposed to work. The VIP should appear
on the backup director. Does the swap occur correctly in the
reverse direction? (I don't know what's wrong with your
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