Re: [lvs-users] Problem in Apache log with LVS-DR

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Subject: Re: [lvs-users] Problem in Apache log with LVS-DR
From: "Julien Cornuwel" <cornuwel@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 6 Nov 2008 16:57:00 +0100
2008/11/6 Graeme Fowler <graeme@xxxxxxxxxxx>

> On Thu, 2008-11-06 at 14:17 +0100, Julien Cornuwel wrote:
> > No, you didn't understand.
> OK, so...
> > I know these lines are normal. What is not, is that I get ONLY them.
> > Webservers are serving thousands of pages every day, and all I got in the
> > access logs are these messages, one for each client request.
> > If I set my apache to exclude them, I have nothing left. So I could as
> well
> > don't log.
> Sorry for not understanding, but you didn't make it clear (to me) that
> it was *only* those lines being logged.

Sorry for that, I was in a hurry and my explainations were quite obscure.

> You're right, it does sound like an Apache problem. Every single DR
> system I can look at right now isn't suffering from that.
> What has changed in your Apache configuration? It sounds to me like
> something has - maybe a system update has caused, or someone's changed a
> config line somewhere. I suspect asking on the Apache list
> users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx might get a response from someone who understands
> what's going on.

Thanks for your help, I was just wondering if it couldn't be a known side
effect of LVS. I will double check config files and then contact Apache


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