Re: [lvs-users] request

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Subject: Re: [lvs-users] request
From: "HARDIMAN Nick (AXA-TECH-UK)" <Nick.Hardiman@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2011 10:20:43 +0100
Does this help with your second question? 

I installed ipvsadm on Debian and wrote up my notes at
 These instructions may apply to Ubuntu - I don't know.

My notes describe a very basic NAT setup, with pretty pictures and small words. 
It's like a stupid version of the excellent by the 
very clever Joseph Mack.


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Subject: [lvs-users] request

I aim to install Virtual Server on Ubuntu Linux. My first question is how to
install it? Also how to configure it to be connected to two real servers?

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