On Fri, Jun 13, 2008 at 6:00 PM, Joseph Mack NA3T <jmack@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> at some point (eg now) decide that from here on, only one ipvsadm source
> file will exist (rather than one for each kernel). As new kernels come
> along, ipvsadm will detect the kernel on compile and produce the correct
> binary. The ipvsadm will accumulate code for different kernel versions
Yes, the main goal is to have old ipvsadm binaries (starting from the
first netlink version) also work with newer kernels. So you wouldn't
even need to recompile for this case.
We'll have to see if we can make it work the other way around, too
(older kernel, newer ipvsadm), although that isn't as important as
keeping old kernel interfaces.
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