We are using LVS-DR with persistent connections enabled.
Our ldirectord config looks something like this;
virtual = 80
protocol = fwm
scheduler = wrr
persistent = 300
real = 192.168.1.101:80 gate 10
real = 192.168.1.102:80 gate 10
Is it possible to disable persistent connections for requests coming
from certain src IP addresses?
The reason why we want to do this, is that our web application is
available publicly (and we want persistence enabled here), but we also
have certain URLs which are used heavily by office staff (always coming
from a certain src IP) and we would like to load balance those requests,
rather then have them routed to the same real server all the time.
Is this possible or are we looking at this the wrong way? Perhaps we
need to change our infrastructure to support such a setup?
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