david at davidcoulson
Mar 15, 2012, 2:47 PM
Post #2 of 3
I'm not sure what nanny is, or how it interacts with DNS (note that DNS
Re: [lvs-users] Anything special about DNS?
[In reply to]
mostly uses udp/53, not tcp/53). I've been running LVS for DNS for years
Did you try using ldirectord instead of piranha?
On 3/15/12 5:41 PM, Matthew Smart wrote:
> I have setup numerous lvs instances in the past without issue. I have
> configured a basic LVS DR that works fine balancing port 80 but will not
> work for port 53. Exact same setup for both ports including the same
> realservers. Both HTTP and DNS function if I access the realservers
> directly and I can ping and telnet (both ports) the realservers from the
> director. 80 works but 53 just keeps printing:
> nanny: READ to XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:53 timed out
> in /var/log/messages.
> Is there something special about port 53 that could be getting in my way
> I am using piranha and since nanny is printing the error I will most
> likely need to try their list but I thought I would check here to see if
> there was something fundamental about LVS that I needed to know before I
> bang my head against this any longer.
> Thanks in advance.
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