Re: [lvs-users] LDAP and LVS-DR problems

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Subject: Re: [lvs-users] LDAP and LVS-DR problems
From: Tim Mooney <Tim.Mooney@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2008 17:01:12 -0500 (CDT)
In regard to: Re: [lvs-users] LDAP and LVS-DR problems, Joseph Mack NA3T...:

> On Tue, 26 Aug 2008, Bryan Aldridge wrote:
>> Joe thanks for the reply!  Tim Mooney's post was the one I
>> was referring to.  In his post here
> funny how he was doing it for years before anyone found out
> about it.

What's funnier is that I haven't been paying any attention to the
lvs-users mailing list for a couple weeks, and the first message I
happen to look at has my name in it.  ;-)

As I said in my original post that Bryan is referring to, all the LVS
infrastructure was set up by someone else long ago.  I didn't become
responsible for it until later, and I didn't join the lvs-users mailing
list until later still.  I didn't know there was anything special
about LDAP and LVS-DR until it was mentioned on the list.  We really
have had it working in our environment for a very long time.

>> you can see his output and how he has a high number of
>> inactive connections, where as mine is the opposite.  I am
>> using TLS,
> umm, TLS (thread local storage?) just affects the
> application, not the networking, right?

TLS == Transport Layer Security.  It's very close to (but not quite
the same) as SSL v3.

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