On Mon, 14 Apr 2008, Jason Stubbs wrote:
> > > * IP_VS_CONN_F_BYPASS - what is this?
> > IP_VS_CONN_F_BYPASS is used for transparent proxy setups when
> > real server (cache server) is not present and we should forward the
> > traffic to original destination. The idea is request still to be served.
> > In such case IPVS traffic uses the original destination instead of real
> > server.
> Not tested yet. I assume I just need to add a real server with the same
> IP/port as the virtual server?
Not sure, may be IP:PORT of LVS's uplink gateway. In such
setups clients are usually internal hosts using LVS box as gateway.
> > - Netfilter can re-route sometimes (eg. after mangle), it can cause
> > properly routed LVS-DR traffic to fail.
> I don't understand exactly what you mean by this. It could only happen if the
> user sets rules that causes it to happen right?
May be the things have changed, not sure. The problem is when
functions like ip_route_me_harder() are called for packets that
are already forwarded by IPVS (skb has attached route for the
real server). In such case skb still shows VIP as iph->daddr and
a rerouting can result in local route. But latest kernels may be
reroute only in LOCAL_OUT, so this is not a problem.
As for the double POST_ROUTING log entries ... I'm checking
this NF_HOOK_THRESH call with NF_IP_PRI_LAST. For me, it looks like
net/netfilter/core.c:nf_iterate() calls only handlers when
elem->priority >= hook_thresh. But you put ip_vs_in() at the same
priority NF_IP_PRI_LAST. May be ip_vs_in() is called twice?
Also, if ip_vs_in() is called after SNAT I'm curious, isn't
ip_vs_ftp working with DNAT-ed skb (if you have netfilter ftp nat
module) ? May be things don't break because IPVS is careful not to
damage packets it can not recognize. But do we work properly with
the FTP commands in ip_vs_ftp_in(), do we create properly FTP data
connections in IPVS? I assume you test both passive and active FTP.
If the goal is -m state to work correctly, are you sure the IPVS FTP
data connections work correctly (as RELATED traffic)?
Julian Anastasov <ja@xxxxxx>
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