Hi Joe and Simon,
Further to my last email, there appears to be nothing in the LVS man page
about this setting. Is it possible to persist the setting beyond server
re-boots etc? Is there any way to confirm (other than testing) that the
command has been applied?
Thanks again for your help.
2008/7/10 Joseph Mack NA3T <jmack@xxxxxxxx>:
> On Wed, 9 Jul 2008, Simon Horman wrote:
> >> Horms
> >> Do you think it would be sensible to change the timeouts?
> > Yes, I think that is a good idea. As you mention it should
> > only be "lost" connections that end up polluting the connection table.
> > And if that is a problem, the timeout can always be reduced by
> > those affected.
> Sorry I wasn't clear. Do you think it OK to change the
> default timeouts (for everyone). So ipvsadm and the man
> pages would have to be changed.
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