Mon Aug 1 08:59:14 EDT 2005
On Aug 1, 2005, at 8:51 AM, Isaac Levy wrote:
> Hi Steve,
> On Aug 1, 2005, at 7:30 AM, Steve Rieger wrote:
>> i have these two lines in my /etc/rc.local
>> ifconfig bge0 192.168.254.226 netmask 255.255.0.0 alias &
>> /usr/local/sbin/ucarp -v 1 -p passwd -a 192.168.254.226 -P -s
>> 192.168.254.228 &
>> do i need the ifconfig alias or not. it seems that the .226 ip
>> does not get assigned unless i put it in there,
>> also even though i have -P in the ucarp line, the secondary server
>> still shows up as master in the logs. what is i doin wrong ?
> What is the problem exactly?
> And what OS are you using UCarp with? FreeBSD? NetBSD?
the problem is that my backup server .228 comes up as mastrer in the
logs, but i dont think that it actually comes up as masrter.
also when using ucarp to bind a virtual ip addy should one use
ifconfig alias first to bind the ip to both boxes or will ucarp bind
them ass needed.
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