Setup test environment

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This is the roadmap of the test setup

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The test setup runs two real server using Direct Routing (DR). We will use later 2 different OS on our test host, Linux and Windows together.

Setup new hosts

Note that the following steps are already done by importing the mysql script mylvs.sql, the steps are showing the steps from scratch

Setup the hosts, goto http://myls.foo ->Setup->Server

click Add
01-ServerSetup.png


Fill the first host, name is 'Web-01 with the IP address 192.168.2.221,
the MRTG can be anything but use for now -, Click ADD

01-01-01-Add-Web01.png


Confirm with OK to return


01-01-02-Confirm.png

You should now see the new web server within the configuration:
Click on Copy to create the second node:

01-01-03-ServerMain.png

Edit the data for the second host, name is 'Web-02 with the IP address 192.168.2.222, MRTG host will be -, Click OK

01-02-01-Copy-Web01.png

There should be now 2 hosts available in our host list:

01-02-03-Summary.png

Setup a new node

Setup the node, to do goto Setup->Node

click Add
02-01-01-Node-Empty.png

Add tne new node,we use Demo-Node01 with the node ip 192.168.2.220 on port 80 (http).
We use the easiest scheduler called Round Robing, switch in the enable and monitor flag.
Note: The monitor flag will not have any functions assigned yet but it the flag hast to be enabled to support it.
Click Add

02-01-02-NewNode.png

Click Back to leave the confirmation screen

02-01-03-Confirm.png



Assign host to node

Assign our hosts, to do click assign

02-01-06-AssignServer.png

Click add to assign our first server to our new node

02-02-01-Add-new-server-to-node.png



Pick WEB-01 from the drop down box of New Host
Choose Direct Routing
Weight 100 Port 80 and Enable, Please replace newlink with an alias name of your choice.
Click Add Host to Node
02-02-02-Add-Web01-to-node.png

*Now do the same thing with WEB-02

Finally there should be two new host (WEB01 & WEB-02) in our node Demo-Node01
02-02-04-node-Overview.png


Now goto Apply on Configuration, select OK to apply the current configuration to myLVS
02-02-05-apply-settings.png

This should be our new inventory

02-03-01-overview.png

  • Console output:
[email protected]:/# ipvsadm -L -n
IP Virtual Server version 1.2.1 (size=4096)
Prot LocalAddress:Port Scheduler Flags
  -> RemoteAddress:Port           Forward Weight ActiveConn InActConn
TCP  192.168.2.220:80 rr
  -> 192.168.2.221:80             Route   100    0          0
  -> 192.168.2.222:80             Route   100    0          0


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