Joseph Mack NA3T wrote:
> On Thu, 25 Oct 2007, Dan Yocum wrote:
>> I'm an idiot. ;-)
> you learn much faster that way.
Yeah, but I hate being that low on the learning curve, especially when I
was a little higher on the curve a few years ago. *sigh*
>> Duh. Those hostname/IPs are not on this machine (I was getting ahead of
>> myself). I'm using voms-fg5x1 and saz-fg5x3 as my test hostname/IPs.
> these names are confusing to me. When you write it up can
> you use something like name_VIP1, name_VIP2?
>> So, I put the test IPs in the VirtualHost directives and added
>> appropriate 'Listen' lines for each server (i.e., 'Listen
>> 188.8.131.52', etc.) and everything is working as it is supposed to.
> how do you handle the realserver to be name_VIP1 when it
> gets a call to VIP1 and name_VIP2 for a call to VIP2?
I have 3 Listen lines and 3 VirtualHost directives - one for the actual
realserver (so I can "ping" the service), one for
voms.opensciencegrid.org and one for voms.fnal.gov.
>> I'll write up a how-to setup LVS-DR + https in the next couple of days
>> and send it to the list for review.
> wonderful. People fall all over https on lvs and Graeme has
> been rescuing everyone.
Fermilab. Just zeros and ones.