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comment Why does Fleet stop a unit that was running just fine
Not really, though subsequent update to CoreOS seem to have reduced the problem. I've seen weeks without problems. One workaround I've used is to bypass fleetctl and go straight to systemctl to restart services manually after being shutdown.
Feb
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comment Why does Fleet stop a unit that was running just fine
All etcd is logging is snapshot of x events at index y completed once every 45 mins or so
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comment Hibernate a CentOS server when inactive
@Scavenger No, I never got this to work. Please let me know if you get any further.
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comment Redmine in IronRuby
Thanks, I'll take a look at it.
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comment Route return traffic to correct gateway depending on service
@Steven Thanks, that worked! I needed to replace -t tcp with -p tcp in the iptables command though.
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comment Route return traffic to correct gateway depending on service
The server and workstations are on the same subnet, but I don't really see how a split DNS setup would help here. The problem is with people trying to access the server from the outside. I agree that a router with muliple WAN connections would help, but the way things are there is no budget for it. Besides, if a couple of lines of firewall config on the webserver will do the trick, why spend hundreds of euro's on hardware?
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comment Route return traffic to correct gateway depending on service
Inside nat is not an option. The router won't be able to handle that. Interesting idea to route based on the mac. Hadn't thought of that. I'll definitely try to assign multiple IPs to the network interface, that would make things a lot simpler.
Jan
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comment Route return traffic to correct gateway depending on service
I need ISP2 to be the default gateway on the server, except for web traffic. Changing the default gateway is not an option. ISP1 runs DD-WRT I'm not sure it'll do NAT on the inside, but I get the idea.
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comment Route return traffic to correct gateway depending on service
Yes, that is exactly what I intended. Unfortunately the iptables version on the server doesn't support the ROUTE target... Any thoughts?