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Re: All my ipfailover pods are in "Entering MASTER STATE", it's not fair ?



Couldn't figure out if you have a problem or not  (or it was just a question) from the email thread.

What does "ip addr show" on all the nodes show?  This is the nodes where your ipfailover pods are running.
Are the VIPs allocated to both nodes (assuming you have from the logs), then it is likely some of the VRRP instances would be in master state.  

If that is not the case, then can you please check if multicast is enabled and traffic (firewall/iptables) is allowed for/to 224.0.0.18 

Thanks,

Ram//

On Mon, Jun 20, 2016 at 8:14 AM, Stéphane Klein <contact stephane-klein info> wrote:
In this documentation https://github.com/acassen/keepalived/blob/master/doc/source/case_study_failover.rst#architecture-specification I read:

« 4 VRRP Instances per LVS director: 2 VRRP Instance in the MASTER state and 2 in BACKUP state. We use a symmetric state on each LVS directors. »

then I think it's normal to have many Master instances.

2016-06-20 9:35 GMT+02:00 Stéphane Klein <contact stephane-klein info>:
I would like to say "It's a problem, it's abnormal ?"

2016-06-17 16:26 GMT+02:00 Stéphane Klein <contact stephane-klein info>:
Hi,

I've:

* one cluster with 2 nodes
* ipfailover replicas=2

I execute:

* oc logs ipfailover-rbx-1-bh3kn https://gist.github.com/harobed/2ab152ed933338f95285d549cbc7af3a#file-oc-logs-ipfailover-rbx-1-bh3kn
* oc logs ipfailover-rbx-1-mmp36  https://gist.github.com/harobed/2ab152ed933338f95285d549cbc7af3a#file-oc-logs-ipfailover-rbx-1-mmp36

and I see that all ipfailover pod are in "Entering MASTER STATE".

It's not fair ?

Best regards,
Stéphane



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