In regard to: Re: [lvs-users] LVS NEW VERSION???, Julius Volz said (at...:
> On Thu, Sep 25, 2008 at 8:02 PM, Tim Mooney <Tim.Mooney@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> In regard to: Re: [lvs-users] LVS NEW VERSION???, Julius Volz said (at...:
>>>> There's ongoing work at the moment to port LVS to support IPv6 and to
>>> Since the patches adding first IPv6 support to IPVS are already in
>>> Dave Miller's net-next-2.6 tree,
>> That's exciting news for at least a few of us. The last time IPv6 was
>> mentioned on this list, the result was essentially "patches welcome" but
>> I wasn't aware anyone had stepped up and started the work.
> All of that happened on lvs-devel and the Linux netdev list. Right, we
> could have mentioned it here sometime too ;)
:-) If nothing else, this makes for a very pleasant surprise!
>> Who's actually done the coding and how's it going?
> I did the kernel patches, Vince Busam converted ipvsadm to work with
> them. We pretty much got the basic set of functionality working. I put
> up a small description of the current state here:
Thanks for the link, and thanks especially to you and Vince for the IPv6
> I'd be glad to assist with anything if you want to do some testing :)
I will almost certainly be taking you up on that a little later this
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