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Which technique should be chosen for IP failover with manual control

I have the following setup, Linux stack, with front-end running nginx proxy and static assets and back-end running Ruby on Rails and MySQL in master-master replication: Primary site: front-end.a, ...
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keepalived - random re-elections

We have set up 3 servers running keepalived . We started noticing some random re-elections occurring which we can't explain so I cam here looking for advice. Here is our configuration: MASTER: ...
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KeepAliveD, Rackspace Cloud, Unicast - both LB's enter MASTER state…?

I have set up two HAProxy Load Balancers in an Active->Passive pair. KeepAliveD will be used for failover between MASTER and BACKUP servers. Like most clouds, Multicast is not supported so I cannot ...
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keepalived 2 VIP and 2 servers

Is it possible to configure keepalived in a such way? In normal state VIP_1 assigned to SERVER_1 and VIP_2 assigned to SERVER_2 on server failure all VIP's going to working server, and after failed ...
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keepalived - service not available on the 'passive' host

I've got ip failover configured on two hosts for a mysql (percona) cluster with keepalived; the failover works as expected, but I cannot access the service from the host that is passive or in ...
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IP failover on different subnets

I have two real servers, on different subnets, each one with a permanent IP, and with a failover IP that can be used by either server. The hoster provides an API with which I can assign the failover ...
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keepalived questions (requirements, abilities, limitations)

1) What are keepalived's (physical/network) requirements? Does the two (or more) keepalived' nodes need to be connected to the same switch? (something related to broadcasting maybe). 2) Can ...
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Keepalived over GRE tunnel for failover on VPS environment

I'm running an application on Linode. Their network does not support multicasting. Many tools used for failover (keepalived, spread/wackamole, hearbeat) require multicast to work (as far as I know). ...