Just to let you know that we ran tests today after applying the 10hr
timeout... no dropped connections. So thanks again for your advice.
We could see with: 'ipvsadm -Lcn' that the expiry was nearly 600mins, so the
10hr config was applied OK.
I guess something like `ipvsadm --get` would be useful. I'm not a developer,
so really wouldn't know where to start, but I can see if anyone here is keen
to give it a shot.
2008/7/10 Joseph Mack NA3T <jmack@xxxxxxxx>:
> On Thu, 10 Jul 2008, Bruce Thompson wrote:
> > Is there any way to confirm (other than testing) that the
> > command has been applied?
> hmm. I assume you're talking about there being no
> `ipvsadm --get`
> whoever wrote the --set, should have written a --get at the
> same time. This is a bad show. Are you up for writing it?
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