I've been working with a client who notes that the only way to set --timeout
persistently in Red Hat Enterprise Linux is to directly apply it to the
/etc/sysconfig/ipvsadm file. A reboot seems to indicate that other parameters
are retained. The ipvsadm -S output does not appear to include the timeout
Is there a reason for this?
Kendrick Gay, RHCE
Global Support Services, TSE
Red Hat, Inc.
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