I'm running ldirectord with
http://hg.linux-ha.org/agents/rev/6e8b562f5414 applied for better IPv6
support. Basically, it works fine, thanks for implementing this. But I
wonder whether there's a fundamental reason for not allowing IPv4 and
IPv6 virtual services with the same fwmark, like
which results in
Error  reading file /etc/ldirectord.cf at line 15: duplicate virtual
if tried. Is this only an overzealous sanity check in ldirectord, or
are iptables and ip6tables fwmarks actually related somehow?
Two loosely related subquestions:
1. Did anybody think about somehow enabling symbolic fwmarks in
virtual service declarations?
2. Why aren't IPv6 real server addresses resolved from DNS in the
ipvsadm -L output, just like IPv4 ones are?
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