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Table of Contents
                            Load Balancer Administration
Table of Contents
Introduction
	1. Document Conventions
		1.1. Typographic Conventions
		1.2. Pull-quote Conventions
		1.3. Notes and Warnings
	2. Feedback
Chapter 1.  Load Balancer Add-On Overview
	1.1. A Basic Load Balancer Add-On Configuration
		1.1.1. Data Replication and Data Sharing Between Real Servers
			1.1.1.1. Configuring Real Servers to Synchronize Data
	1.2. A Three-Tier Load Balancer Add-On Configuration
	1.3. Load Balancer Add-On Scheduling Overview
		1.3.1. Scheduling Algorithms
		1.3.2. Server Weight and Scheduling
	1.4. Routing Methods
		1.4.1. NAT Routing
		1.4.2. Direct Routing
			1.4.2.1. Direct Routing and the ARP Limitation
	1.5. Persistence and Firewall Marks
		1.5.1. Persistence
		1.5.2. Firewall Marks
	1.6. Load Balancer Add-On — A Block Diagram
		1.6.1. Load Balancer Add-On Components
			1.6.1.1. pulse
			1.6.1.2. lvs
			1.6.1.3. ipvsadm
			1.6.1.4. nanny
			1.6.1.5. /etc/sysconfig/ha/lvs.cf
			1.6.1.6. Piranha Configuration Tool
			1.6.1.7. send_arp
Chapter 2. Initial Load Balancer Add-On Configuration
	2.1. Configuring Services on the LVS Router
	2.2. Setting a Password for the Piranha Configuration Tool
	2.3. Starting the Piranha Configuration Tool Service
		2.3.1. Configuring the Piranha Configuration Tool Web Server Port
	2.4. Limiting Access To the Piranha Configuration Tool
	2.5. Turning on Packet Forwarding
	2.6. Configuring Services on the Real Servers
Chapter 3. Setting Up Load Balancer Add-On
	3.1. The NAT Load Balancer Add-On Network
		3.1.1. Configuring Network Interfaces for Load Balancer Add-On with NAT
		3.1.2. Routing on the Real Servers
		3.1.3. Enabling NAT Routing on the LVS Routers
	3.2. Load Balancer Add-On via Direct Routing
		3.2.1. Direct Routing and arptables_jf
		3.2.2. Direct Routing and iptables
	3.3. Putting the Configuration Together
		3.3.1. General Load Balancer Add-On Networking Tips
	3.4. Multi-port Services and Load Balancer Add-On
		3.4.1. Assigning Firewall Marks
	3.5. Configuring FTP
		3.5.1. How FTP Works
		3.5.2. How This Affects Load Balancer Add-On Routing
		3.5.3. Creating Network Packet Filter Rules
			3.5.3.1. Rules for Active Connections
			3.5.3.2. Rules for Passive Connections
	3.6. Saving Network Packet Filter Settings
Chapter 4. Configuring the Load Balancer Add-On with Piranha Configuration Tool
	4.1. Necessary Software
	4.2. Logging Into the Piranha Configuration Tool
	4.3. CONTROL/MONITORING
	4.4. GLOBAL SETTINGS
	4.5. REDUNDANCY
	4.6. VIRTUAL SERVERS
		4.6.1. The VIRTUAL SERVER Subsection
		4.6.2. REAL SERVER Subsection
		4.6.3. EDIT MONITORING SCRIPTS Subsection
	4.7. Synchronizing Configuration Files
		4.7.1. Synchronizing lvs.cf
		4.7.2. Synchronizing sysctl
		4.7.3. Synchronizing Network Packet Filtering Rules
	4.8. Starting the Load Balancer Add-On
Appendix A. Using the Load Balancer Add-On with the High Availability Add-On
Appendix B. Revision History
Index
                        

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