On Fri, 29 Sep 2006, Rodney McKee wrote:
I'm looking to have http traffic from 3 real servers from one site
access 2 real servers for another site using the same director.
We are looking to have the main site issue requests to a second
clustered layer and I was looking to setup a second VIP with associated
real servers and have the traffic load balanced using the existing LVS
I don't really know what you're doing, but Tom's posting
gave me a few hints (still might be barking up the wrong
You can have a director with two VIPs, each VIP associated
with its own set of realservers. The realservers associated
with one VIP, should be able to have client processes
(calling from the RIPs), connect to the 2nd VIP on the
director and be forwarded to the second set of realservers.
The machines in the 2nd LVS (first set of realservers as
clients, the 2nd VIP and the 2nd set of realservers) are all
on one network - see "one network LVS-NAT" in the HOWTO.
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