On Mon, 2010-09-13 at 22:13 +0100, JL wrote:
> ...I am familiar with the scenario you are describing - where each
> machine decides the other should handle the connection - but it is not
> the situation that is occurring at the moment. This problem didn't
> happen with the exact same setup under 220.127.116.11, and...
Then might I recommend an Occam's Roazor approach to this? Compile a
number of kernels from the one which worked up to the one which doesn't.
Reboot the backup; test; if it doesn't happen then you know the change
cam later than the kernel you're running.
> Thanks, but I don't think we have cracked it yet. (However, for
> thoroughness, I will remove the fwmark rules on the backup, as you
> suggested, and report back.)
Not the fwmarks! For completeness I meant "clear out the IPVS rules on
the backup but leave the modules loaded".
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