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  | Callbacks={{Callback|init}}, {{Callback|read}}, {{Callback|shutdown}}
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   | Status={{supported}}
 
   | FirstVersion=4.2
 
   | FirstVersion=4.2
 
   | Copyright=''1997'' Steven Clarke<br />''1998–2004'' Wensong Zhang<br />''2003–2004'' Peter Kese<br />''2007'' Sebastian Harl
 
   | Copyright=''1997'' Steven Clarke<br />''1998–2004'' Wensong Zhang<br />''2003–2004'' Peter Kese<br />''2007'' Sebastian Harl
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   | Manpage=''n/a''
 
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== Description ==
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The '''IPVS plugin''' extracts statistics from [http://www.linuxvirtualserver.org/software/ipvs.html IP Virtual Server] (IPVS), the transport-layer load-balancer of the [http://www.linuxvirtualserver.org/ Linux Virtual Server] (LVS) project. It stores traffic and connections history for each of the <em>Real Servers</em> (RS) behind a local <em>Virtual Server</em> (VS). collectd must be run on <em>Directors</em> (in LVS jargon).
 
 
The <em>IPVS</em> plugin extracts statistics from [http://www.linuxvirtualserver.org/software/ipvs.html IP Virtual Server] (IPVS), the transport-layer load-balancer of the [http://www.linuxvirtualserver.org/ Linux Virtual Server] (LVS) project. It stores traffic and connections history for each of the <em>Real Servers</em> (RS) behind a local <em>Virtual Server</em> (VS). collectd must be run on <em>Directors</em> (in LVS jargon).
 
  
 
== Example graphs ==
 
== Example graphs ==

Revision as of 21:20, 29 August 2009

IPVS plugin
Type: read
Callbacks: init, read, shutdown
Status: supported
First version: 4.2
Copyright: 1997 Steven Clarke
1998–2004 Wensong Zhang
2003–2004 Peter Kese
2007 Sebastian Harl
License: GPLv2
Manpage: n/a
List of Plugins

The IPVS plugin extracts statistics from IP Virtual Server (IPVS), the transport-layer load-balancer of the Linux Virtual Server (LVS) project. It stores traffic and connections history for each of the Real Servers (RS) behind a local Virtual Server (VS). collectd must be run on Directors (in LVS jargon).

Example graphs

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Dependencies

  • <net/ip_vs.h> or <ip_vs.h>