[Openstack] Can not use keepalived in vms
zhang.lei.fly at gmail.com
Tue Aug 13 03:55:32 UTC 2013
@Jason Ford, it turn out be the iptables issue. Thx a lot.
@Jiajun Liu, I am using the nova-network. So this BP is not helpful. But I
am expecting this feature.
What I done:
1. using virsh to disable the nwfilter for the two vms.
2. stop the iptables in the vms
3. configure the keepalived.
4. works well.
It is a hack method rather than a solution. When the Vm is hard reboot, the
nwfilter is back and keepalived will be not work.
On Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 1:37 PM, Jiajun Liu <jiajun at unitedstack.com> wrote:
> openstack implemented mac/ip spoofing, so the vrrp packets will be drop by
> iptables/ebtables. There is a blueprint (
> https://blueprints.launchpad.net/neutron/+spec/allowed-address-pairs) for
> binding multiple mac/ip on a port.
> On Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 11:33 AM, Jason Ford <jford at blackmesh.com> wrote:
>> It is probably because iptables is filtering out the heartbeat traffic
>> at the compute node level. If you are using vlans, it should work without
>> issue however if you are using the flat network model, you need to allow
>> vrrp in your compute node iptable rule sets. See this link..
>> See if that helps you out.
>> Jason Ford
>> jford at blackmesh.com
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>> From: Lei Zhang <zhang.lei.fly at gmail.com>
>> Date: Wednesday, August 7, 2013 10:48 PM
>> To: openstack <openstack at lists.openstack.org>
>> Subject: [Openstack] Can not use keepalived in vms
>> Hi all
>> Is anybody using keepalived in the vms in the Openstack environment
>> successfully? I failed to set it up. And the two of the vm became MASTER
>> Could anybody know why it happened? and how to fix this issue?
>> Openstack: Folsom + nova-network
>> OS: ubuntu 12.04
>> Lei Zhang
>> Blog: http://jeffrey4l.github.io
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