On Tue, 29 Nov 2011, Dean Scothern wrote:
> Is there a way to either disable or bypass the localnode behaviour in ipvs?
other than not using it?
> I'm trying to build a simple 2 node mail load balanced cluster.
> I have a mail server on each node and load balance between the two via a vip.
> I'm not allowed to use the lvs-dr method as our network guys say that
> asynchronous routing is forbidden by our firewalls.
> I can use lvs-nat, with a separate 'back-end' network between the two
I don't understand your lvs. You have the director in
localnoce listening on the VIP and you have a 2nd box which
is listening on the RIP via LVS-NAT?
> However the localnode behaviour forces the mail server
> (exim) to listen on the vip. When the second node's mail
> server is migrated to the first node (pacemaker), it
> cannot be accessed as all connections go to the vip and
> hence the first mail server.
> It appears that there was some experimentation to address
> this some years ago, but I'm not sure if there have been
> any recent developments.
I thought there might have been something like this by Ted
Pavlic in the early days but I can't find it.
I expect the simplest thing to do is to get a 2nd realserver
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