alan.morais at vexcorp
Mar 7, 2012, 11:37 AM
Post #5 of 5
Re: [lvs-users] real servers can't be removed and re-added to farm
[In reply to]
I've been testing since your suggestion, and we realize thats is not a LVS
We tested the connections without persistence, and our website failed to
complete the transaction. Persistence back on, we changed a option on
apache thats causing this issue, the parameter "NameVirtualHost" was
configured with a domain, and was confused when they try to answer
requests i think. We changed this option to *:443 and apparently problem
I do not fully understood why this option could be confusing apache ( i
need to read apache docs again ), but now LVS works like a charm :-)
thank you for your support David
2012/3/2 David Coulson <david [at] davidcoulson>
> I understand that - My point was that if persistence is causing your
> issue, can you live without it? I run many SSL HTTP instances, and don't
> utilizing persistence.
> Can you reproduce the issue and do a 'ipvsadm -Lnc | grep <clientip>' so
> we can see if you have multiple sessions being persisted to >1 real server?
> On 3/2/12 7:37 AM, Alan Morais wrote:
> Hello David!
> i have read the documentation here (
> http://www.austintek.com/LVS/LVS-HOWTO/HOWTO/LVS-HOWTO.persistent_connection.html) and based on i have experienced here, the problem is not SSL and
> persistence, they working great!, the problem is when i reboot one of my
> backend servers, while this server is out of LVS table, the connections are
> routed to another server, but when this server goes back online, apparently
> the connections have two routes.
> thats is what i think its happening, but may i can be wrong..
> 2012/3/1 David Coulson <david [at] davidcoulson>
>> On Mar 1, 2012, at 4:25 PM, Alan Morais wrote:
>> > I need to use persistence because its a ssl website, and i think that
>> > persistence is causing this issue, because when server 1 came back, LVS
>> > will have 2 routes to same ip.
>> Confused why SSL implies persistence is required?
> Alan Morais
> Vex/Oi - Network Manager
> alan.morais [at] vexcorp
> Office: +55 11 4932 5927
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