[TriLUG] RHEL. LVS, piranha
jonc at nc.rr.com
Fri Dec 5 12:01:37 EST 2003
On Fri, 2003-12-05 at 11:45, Ryan Leathers wrote:
> I'm setting up RHEL 2.1 using lvs and piranha. Currently I have a
> primary director keeping heartbeat (pulse) with a backup. I have a
> single real server and two virtuals all appearing as up in piranha.
> //The plan is to add a couple more real servers once its working.
> I have apache started on the real server, but when I attempt to access
> the virtual server from a test host I get nowhere. I have the
> documentation included with RHEL 2.1 and the Redhat installation guide
> (chapters 6-8) seem to cover this task. After diligently searching
> these I'm still stuck.
> I made the suggested changes to support firewall marking:
> /sbin/modprobe ip_tables
> using PREROUTING statements set to mark to 80 for http and https
> Although I can't find any problems with this I have turned off
> firewalling until I get the basics working - still no luck.
> Any tips or redirects to useful docs would be appreciated.
I've not been happy with piranha (though it's been awhile since I tried
it). I wrote my own heartbeat and take-over scripts to use at clients
long ago and they still work just fine today. If your interested in
those, let me know.
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