On Tuesday 11 May 2010 12:24:59 you wrote:
> Hi Piotr
> On Tue, 2010-05-11 at 11:03 +0100, Piotr Gbyliczek wrote:
> > But, my problem is that I'm expecting 126.96.36.199 IP, as a VIP, to be
> > present on one of load balancers, where heartbeat takes care of moving it
> > in case of failure. It is not.
> How do you mean "it is not"?
> ifconfig won't show it - but "/sbin/ip address list" (or "ip add ls")
> should. Does it?
A !. You right. It shows up there. I was always configuring lvs so VIP is on
additional interface (like eth0:1), so ifconfig was perfectly capable of
showing it. This one have it on eth0 (and if I'm right, this is achieved by
haresource file), so ifconfig is not showing it. I've learned something new as
every day :)
Out of interest, is there any difference between these two ways ?? Pros and
> PS Say hallo to Russ for me!
I'll do that as soon as he shows up in office :)
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