I am working with openssi clusters using versions 1.2 and 1.91, both on
Debian. For several long winded reasons, I would very much like to use
traditional LVS instead of the ssi provided ha-lvs. But I'm having trouble
getting it to work... The behavior is identical on both clusters. The first
time I set it up, everything worked great until a reboot. Then no
connections show up in ipvsadm -l and no kernel routing seems to take place.
Connections just go straight to the node hosting the virtual IP.
If I echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/vs/loadbalance on the director, then the
director will start loadbalancing to its loopback address with the Local
route and those connections start appearing in ipvsadm -l, but still no
balancing to other nodes. The odd thing is that it worked until a reboot.
Its like ha-lvs created the correct sysctl variables (or possibly something
else?) for LVS to work, but if I don't run it, no kind of LVS can work. What
openssi changes to the traditional LVS model do I need to compensate for?
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