Re: Very strange behavior

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Subject: Re: Very strange behavior
From: Wayne <wayne@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 27 Feb 2002 12:15:48 -0800
With 2.2.19 and lvs 1.08, you will need to set the 
"modprobe ip_masq_ftp in_ports=21"
to get passive FTP work, others should all work without

At 02:40 PM 2/27/2002 -0500, you wrote:
>We've been using the lvs project for loadbalancing for quite some time
>now.  We've experienced minimal problems until yesterday.  For some reason
>our director starts routing traffic to only one of the real servers in our
>pool.  ipvsadm output show almost all 0's for all servers.  Normal numbers
>are around 400 active connections for each active real server.  We were
>using an older 2.2.16 lvs kernel, and updated the system to a 2.2.19
>kernel with ipvsadm 1.0.8 yesterday.  We did recently move our realservers
>to a 2.4 kernel which may be something to look at.  We use the direct
>routing method and the 2.4 kernels are patched with julians hidden patch.
>Nothing but rebooting the director seems to get rid of the problem.
>Clearing the ipvsadm table and reloading doesn't do much.  I just turned
>up the debug_level to see if anything pops up.  Has anybody seen this
>before?  Any suggestions on where else to look?  
>Hayden Myers    
>Support Manager
>Skyline Network Technologies    
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