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Old 06-02-2016, 02:28 PM   #1
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ipvsadm show zero active connection

Hi All,

I am in process of learning about LVS and lidertord. In that i understand ipvsdm is used to configure/manage clusters.

What puzzles me is, when I ran "ipvsadm -L", a, getting output like this,

What does it mean? Is that there is zero active connection and number of inactive connection? I am getting this on out DNS server where everything looking as per traffic pattern. Am i misled by the terms?

Can someone help me on this please?

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