RE: Inconsistent between ipvsadm stats & realserver's

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Subject: RE: Inconsistent between ipvsadm stats & realserver's
From: "Peter Mueller" <pmueller@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 14 Jul 2005 17:49:04 -0700
> As suggested, I tried another scheduler but this time, see 
> the active connections for RIP3. I did stop and start 
> ldirectord, removed RIP3 for awhile and added it back. Why is 
> the stats counter skewed for RIP3 versus other reals given 
> the same weight (and it stays around that over time, not 
> decrease after initally couple minutes like I thought)


> [root@dir root]# ipvsadm
> IP Virtual Server version 1.0.8 (size=65536)
> Prot LocalAddress:Port Scheduler Flags
>   -> RemoteAddress:Port           Forward Weight ActiveConn InActConn
> TCP  VIP:http rr
>   -> RIP1:http          Tunnel  1      7          833
>   -> RIP2:http          Tunnel  1      9          836
>   -> RIP3:http          Tunnel  1      172        17
>   -> RIP4:http          Tunnel  1      8          826

That is interesting.  What does 'ipvsadm -L -cn' show?  Is there some IP that
is making strange connections? What about 'ipvsadm -L --rate'?  Anything

I noticed in your configuration that you have 'checkinterval' to 2.  You
might want to raise that to 5 or more for tunnel configurations.

Lastly Horms and Joe M. will be out for a week.  Hopefully we can solve your
problem without them.



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