On 9/27/11 2:47 AM, Roberto Galluzzi wrote:
> ipvsadm -A -t 172.16.1.139:8080 -s lblc
> ipvsadm -a -t 172.16.1.139:8080 -r 172.16.1.56:8080 -g
> ipvsadm -a -t 172.16.1.139:8080 -r 172.16.1.52:8080 -g
Your problem is a packet routed through the load balancer hitting either
of these real server rules is going to look the same to the real server
- It will have no way of distinguishing between them and handling the
packet with the correct squid instance.
I'm not sure the reasoning behind trying to route to two squid instances
on the same box, but doing NAT rather than direct routing will probably
make it work.
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