i hope it got supported officially by new kernel , if that the case i will use
this kernel " however on production server , till that kernel is out i can take
the risk with patches"
so i guess for now , reducing the timeout to 1 second is the only solution
until ops see the light in the new kernel
> From: graeme@xxxxxxxxxxx
> To: lvs-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Mon, 24 May 2010 13:43:09 +0100
> Subject: Re: [lvs-users] One Packet Scheduler
> On Mon, 2010-05-24 at 12:16 +0000, max power wrote:
> > if a lot of ppl requested this feature and julian wrote a patch for it and
> > ppl are satisfied with it , why it is not included in newer version ipvsadm
> > ????????????????/
> The patch is awaiting submission into the mainline kernel as I type this
> message. Inclusion in mainline is not a simple process, but there will
> be an announcement once we know which kernel release it has been
> included in.
> Note that ipvsadm requires the feature to also be in the kernel.
> Please also note that you're not likely to see this feature in an RHEL
> kernel for several months after release due to the long and rigorous QA
> procedure RH use for their Enterprise product line.
> If you're feeling brave, however, look up the patch on the lvs-devel
> list and apply it to a local kernel version. If you're lucky it will
> compile directly against the RHEL kernel source package and allow you to
> install it locally.
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