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Old 05-18-2009, 09:37 PM   #1
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Piranha LVS/TUN support OR alternative web interface for configuring LVS


I was just going through the Piranha docs on both Red Hat and CentOS websites. I couldn't find a described way of using LVS/TUN with Piranha. LVS/TUN is the only way which will allow me to use Real Servers spread across multiple data centers in different geographical locations.

Owning to one small difference between LVS/TUN and LVS/DR, I am not sure if the following will work:
  • Configure the IPIP tuunnels manually through command line
  • Use GUI to configure the rest of the cluster.(not sure, if this is possible or not. Never used Piranha before)

I have configured LVS/TUN manually several times, but was more interested in the GUI configuration capabilities of Piranha.

Alternatively, if any of you can suggest any other web-based product to do the similar thing.



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