Thank you, thank you, thank you.
This sure sounds like it. I only see the issue with services that are
set to have persistence, and I'm using ip_nat_ftp. There's a 2.4.32
kernel in my immediate future.
Graeme Fowler wrote:
> On 28/06/2006 23:33, John Gray wrote:
>> Here's the setup. The lvs box is a debian sarge box with a 2.4.27
>> kernel. ipvsadm v1.21, ultramonkey 3-1um.1 Everything is from the
>> debian pkgs.
>> This is killing me.
> You might be seeing something related to this, especially if you're
> doing stuff with FTP and have other services on your LVS using
> The patches for this went into 2.4.32:
> So you might need to bring your kernel up a few versions, if at all
> Of course, you may not be using the FTP helper at all, in which case
> we might need more info. Is your kernel compiled to provide LVS debug
> support? You have if you have the /proc/sys/net/ipv4/vs/debug_level
> sysctl; if not you'll need to recompile anyway to switch it on. But
> we'll cross that as and when necessary :)
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