Re: failing all vrrp interfaces.
It appears that the vrrp IP is removed when a regular kill signal is
issued the the vrrpd PID. It was only when kill -9 was issued to the PID
that the IP would be left on the interface.
I've also decided to use keepalived (http://keepalived.sourceforge.net/)
since its vrrpd implemenation is quite nice.
I would highly suggest anyone looking into vrrp with linux take a look at
On Wed, 11 Sep 2002, Philipp Schmidt wrote:
> On Mon, 2002-09-09 13:56:10 -0400, Steve Mickeler <email@example.com>
> wrote in message <Pine.LNX.firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> > The issue I'm trying to tackle is dealing with multiple interfaces in
> > vrrpd. I need to make sure that all vrrpd daemons and aliases on the
> > failed server are brought down.
> > One thing I noticed is that if you kill the the vrrpd PID's, the vrrp
> > virtual IP address is still aliased to the server that has its
> > vrrpd processes killed. if you do an "ip address ls" you can see the
> > virtual IP address bound to the interface.
> > Any idea of how to drop the alias when the vrrpd daemon is killed ?
> have a look on the "ip" utility (iproute2 package)
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