Hey thanks for the response.
Joseph Mack NA3T wrote:
you're showing a single realserver with the director running in local
I am? I guess I don't understand what this means. What I thought I had
is a MASTER and a BACKUP director for failover (didn't post the BACKUP
config but it's there on another machine), and two realservers, .25 and
.26, and a VIP, .215. Just one LAN instance, as all servers are on local
LAN, no WAN instance since I have just a single WAN gateway/router to
Internet. I get the failover (and back) ok but ixnay on the load balance.
It is a two realserver configuration, but it's not the basic
Is this a valid setup (maybe not your classic 'basic' config but a
rather simple config nonetheless)?
I'm using 'rr' scheduling. I've looked through the forum and google
and I see other entries with similar situation of no load balancing
occurring. Can this be fixed? I was expecting that the connections
would alternate between the two realservers when using the 'rr'
Do you see anything in my config that could be the cause of the lack of
load balancing? Or is this really a bug?
I would have thought so too.
Here is ipvsadm:
IP Virtual Server version 1.2.1 (size=4096)
Prot LocalAddress:Port Scheduler Flags
-> RemoteAddress:Port Forward Weight ActiveConn InActConn
TCP 192.168.1.215:ssh rr
-> 192.168.1.26:ssh Masq 1 0 1
-> 192.168.1.25:ssh Local 1 3 0