I have recently upgraded from kernel 22.214.171.124 to 126.96.36.199.
Now, any machine which is a backup (that is, receiving connection
updates from another machine) goes to nearly 100% CPU time in Soft
Profiling the kernel shows the largest portion of time is spent in nf_iterate.
We are using FWMARK rules to specify traffic for LVS.
Is this problem something people are aware of? Does anyone know of a
fix or workaround?
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