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Old 11-09-2005, 09:54 AM   #1
LAdProg2005
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Hi guys,

I was wondering three things actually:

1. How do you determine a server's virtual ip address? Or is it something that has to be created? If yes, then does anyone know a good how-to that would help with the setup? I have googled around but didn't find anything i liked.

2. how do u set up cluster or more like one master ie. director and second slave ie. node simplest way possible?


--thanks in advance
--p
 
Old 11-09-2005, 12:58 PM   #2
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what kind of "virtual" is this? there are many many forms of resilience available through redundant system... if you want a floating IP across multiple systems, you'd start with "heartbeat" http://linux-ha.org/
 
Old 11-09-2005, 01:14 PM   #3
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Here is what I am trying to set up and I need to setup VIP. The part where I am getting confused is if the vip is set up or its just another word for localhost....VIp : it is where the ip clients connect to....
________
| |
| client |
|________|
CIP=192.168.1.254
|
(router)
|
__________ |
| | | VIP=192.168.1.110 (eth0:1, arps)
| director |--- DIP=192.168.1.1 (eth0)
|__________| |
|
|
-------------------------------------
| | |
| | |
RIP1=192.168.1.2 RIP2=192.168.1.3
VIP=192.168.1.110 VIP=192.168.1.110 (all lo:0, non-arping)
_____________ _____________
| | realserver | | realserver |
|_____________| |_____________|
| | |
(router) (router)
| | |
-------------------------------------> to client
(or router
in front of
director)

This diagram is from http://www.austintek.com/LVS/LVS-HOW...TO.LVS-DR.html
 
  


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