The traffic flows from director to MX servers, then the MX servers take the
connection for themselves.
They are all VMs deployed from the same template.
Still, I keep getting this strange behavior... A TCPDump shows not a single
TCP/UDP/Anything for 2 servers "idle".
2013/4/23 Filipe Cifali <cifali.filipe@xxxxxxxxx>
> I'll check, I should use ipvsadm -c --rate --stats to see how te traffic
> I set them as gateway and the 2 nodes that are active fully work w/o
> 2013/4/23 Graeme Fowler <graeme@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>> On Mon, 2013-04-22 at 10:09 -0300, Filipe Cifali wrote:
>> > But when I check incoming connections from the MTAs only 2 nodes work
>> and 2
>> > stay idle.
>> It sounds like a variant of the "ARP problem".
>> Is the traffic going directly to the MX servers, rather than through the
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