I can't use eth0, eth0 is the server IP address and not the VIP. If I
can't use eth0:0 where do I put the VIP?
From: Horms [mailto:horms@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Monday, July 03, 2006 6:25 AM
To: LinuxVirtualServer.org users mailing list.
Cc: Brad Taylor
Subject: Re: Heartbeat Error
Brad Taylor you wrote:
> This is my haresources file:
> SBLB-Master.localdomain IPaddr2::10.10.1.115/24/eth0:0/10.10.1.255
> ldirectord::ldirectord.cf squid
> All on one line.
> The problem with IPaddr2 is talked about here but didn't seem to get
> Any ideas on how I could get this to work?
Ouch, findif is such an abomination. I wish it never existed.
However, eth0:0 isn't reall a valid address in terms of IPaddr2,
as it relies on the "ip" command, where the notion of ip aliases
is gone. Instead an interface just has primary and secondary addresses.
Am I missing someting, or will the problem go away if you just
specify eth0 instead of eth0:0 ?
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