> ipvsadm allows each real-server to have an upper and lower
> connection threshold, as described in the ipvsadm man page.
> Unfortunately this isn't always exposed by higher-level tools
> (to my shame I believe it is still missing from ipvsadm!).
Hi Horms - Believe it or not, I did read the ipvsadm man page before
posting this question and I totally missed that. Okay, I guess I SKIMMED
the man page. Thanks for your gracious reply.
I confess to being a little confused, though. Your comments above say
that you can do it with ipvsadm, but then you said that it is missing
from ipvsadm? You mean it is missing from ldirectord?
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