Hi,I'm looking for someone with experience with Syncdaemon IPVS and the piranha package.I'm trying to build a loadbalancer with session information synchronized between ... [by jurrien]
We have been successfully using the load balancing system Piranha+Pulse for 15 months on our CentOS 6 system. We use it to load balance two web servers. Note that our web servers are also our load balancers, so we have two servers in the total setup.
Today, we upgraded from CentOS 6.4 to 6.5 and we updated all packages. We simply did both of this by executing yum update.
I am compiling a Vanila Kernel 3.0.1 with some modifications to the netfilter/ipvs/ files.
I have a group of utility functions that I want to have in a new file. I created the file ip_vs_load_funcs.c, put it in the netfilter/ipvs. I modified the Makefile of the netfilter/ipvs/ to compile the new file.
I am exploring ways to use U1 as a backup tool (indeed, it isn't, but I signed up thinking it was, so now I'm trying to make the best of it :-)) One way I'm contemplating is excluding backup files from being handled by the U1 syncdaemon. Unfortunately, it seems that such exclusion works only one way, namely from the local host to the U1 cloud, and not the other way around.