Redundant Links with Keepalived

Experimental: keepalived can be used as an alternative for pipes. The following command

sysconfig -c keepalived

will generate /conf/keepalived.conf using Pipe configuration data. To test the configuration

keepalived -f /conf/keepalived.conf

will start the service.

NAME

    keepalived. - keepalive demon

  • SYNOPSIS

    /sbin/keepalived [-n] [-f keepalived.conf] [-d] [-h] [-v]

  • DESCRIPTION

    The keepalived The keepalived server implements the vrrpd routing demon which enables routing failover for a pair (or set) of routers (or LVS directors) and the keepalived demon which sets up and does the health checking of virtual services in a Linux Virtual Servier.

  • OPTIONS

    --vrrp, -P
    Only run the VRRP subsystem.
    --check, -C
    Only run the healthchecker subsystem.
    --dont-release-vrrp, -V
    leave (don't remove) VRRP VIPs & VROUTEs on daemon stop.
    --dont-release-ipvs, -I
    Dont remove IPVS topology on daemon stop.
    --dont-fork, -n
    Dont fork the daemon process.
    --use-file, -f keepalived.conf_file
    Use the specified configuration file.
    --wdog-vrrp, -R
    Define VRRP watchdog polling delay (default=5s)
    --wdog-check, -H
    Define healthchecker's watchdog polling delay (default=5s)
    --dump-conf, -d
    Dump the configuration data.
    --log-console, -l
    Log messages to local console.
    --log-detail, -D
    Detailed log messages (the default with the rc script provided).
    --log-facility, -S
    0-7 Set syslog facility to LOG_LOCAL[0-7] (default=LOG_DAEMON)
    --help, -h
    Display a short inlined help screen.
    --version, -v
    Display the version number.
  • FILES

    /etc/keepalived/keepalived.conf