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Old 02-17-2010, 08:49 AM
Peter Hinse
Default Load Balancer (heartbeat, ldirectord, ipvsadm) + Apache Problem

Am 17.02.2010 09:29, schrieb Roberto HT:

> I'm having this problem with load balancer.
> I already setup the load balancer and two servers behind it with this
> kind of topology
> -----------------------------------------------------
> request -> DIRECTOR -- Server 1
> Server 2
> -----------------------------------------------------
> DIRECTOR's (RHEL 5) Virtual IP =
> Server 1's (RHEL 4.4) Virtual IP =
> Server 2's (CentOS 5.3) Virtual IP =
> The problem is when I try to hit the, it sometimes give me a
> HTTP 200 and sometimes it will timed out. I hit it using lynx -dump. It
> should return "Hello world!" if success.
> But if we hit it directly to <> and
> <>, it will return HTTP 200 which
> means no error and no timeout. Since the Server 1 is the same as Server
> 2 in configuration, are there somethings I missed here?
> Another information is that I set the director using round robin
> algorithm, so everytime a successful hit returned from server 1, the
> next one is surely heading to Server 2 right? Based on the Apache's
> access log, I also knew that the timed out occured when it is the Server
> 2's turn to handle the request.
> Aside from the same httpd.conf and the same httpd version are there any
> things in the system level, kernel level that should be the same between
> those two servers?

Could you please post the heartbeat/ldirectord configs from /etc/ha.d/?


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