One thing that I did here was to use the dummy interface vs the loopback
Michael S. Moody
Sr. Systems Engineer
Global Systems Consulting
From: Julien Cornuwel [mailto:cornuwel@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, November 06, 2008 3:30 AM
To: LinuxVirtualServer.org users mailing list.
Subject: [lvs-users] Problem in Apache log with LVS-DR
I've got an LVS-DR load-balancer that works fine.
The problem is that whatever approach is used (VIP on lo, or iptables
redirect), apache sees the requests as comming from the loopback interface
(which they are). And then, the access_log is filled with "Apache (internal
dummy connection)" instead of real infos on the clients.
This is obviously an Apache problem but I couldn't find a way to make it
treat requests on loopback and on eth0 the same way. Are you all
experiencing the same issue or did you find a way to make Apache beleive
requests are comming from the outside and log them properly ?