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FreeBSD port of Linux Virtual Server

 This is a port of IPVS (aka LVS) on FreeBSD. IPVS is a highly scalable 
and highly available server built on a cluster of real servers, with the 
load balancer. The architecture of the server cluster is fully 
transparent to end users, and the users interact as if it were a single
high-performance virtual server. 

http://dragon.linux-vs.org/~dragonfly/htm/lvs_freebsd.htm



ipvs history


v. 1.5
date: 2007/06/29 09:16:39;  author: linimon;  state: Exp;  lines: +1 -1
Populate the 'kld' virtual category, for ports that install Kernel Loadable
modules.

Hat:		portmgr

v. 1.4 date: 2005/08/25 09:58:13; author: clement; state: Exp; lines: +1 -1 - Fix a stupid #include problem in libipvs Pointy hat to: me Approved by: portmgr (self)
v. 1.3 date: 2005/08/24 19:55:33; author: clement; state: Exp; lines: +15 -12 - Add support for 6.0 and 7.0-CURRENT - fix installation of scheduler modules - install ipvs headers and libipvs - temporaly host new distfile Approved by: portmgr (self)
v. 1.2 date: 2005/06/12 19:10:18; author: clement; state: Exp; lines: +21 -14 - rewrite IGNORE messages to make them more clear
v. 1.1 date: 2005/06/11 16:52:39; author: clement; state: Exp; - Add ipvs 0.4.0 for FreeBSD This is a port of IPVS (aka LVS) on FreeBSD. IPVS is a highly scalable and highly available server built on a cluster of real servers, with the load balancer. The architecture of the server cluster is fully transparent to end users, and the users interact as if it were a single high-performance virtual server. http://dragon.linux-vs.org/~dragonfly/htm/lvs_freebsd.htm ============================================================================= v. 1.5 date: 2007/06/29 09:16:39; author: linimon; state: Exp; lines: +1 -1 Populate the 'kld' virtual category, for ports that install Kernel Loadable modules. Hat: portmgr
v. 1.4 date: 2005/08/25 09:58:13; author: clement; state: Exp; lines: +1 -1 - Fix a stupid #include problem in libipvs Pointy hat to: me Approved by: portmgr (self)
v. 1.3 date: 2005/08/24 19:55:33; author: clement; state: Exp; lines: +15 -12 - Add support for 6.0 and 7.0-CURRENT - fix installation of scheduler modules - install ipvs headers and libipvs - temporaly host new distfile Approved by: portmgr (self)
v. 1.2 date: 2005/06/12 19:10:18; author: clement; state: Exp; lines: +21 -14 - rewrite IGNORE messages to make them more clear
v. 1.1 date: 2005/06/11 16:52:39; author: clement; state: Exp; - Add ipvs 0.4.0 for FreeBSD This is a port of IPVS (aka LVS) on FreeBSD. IPVS is a highly scalable and highly available server built on a cluster of real servers, with the load balancer. The architecture of the server cluster is fully transparent to end users, and the users interact as if it were a single high-performance virtual server. http://dragon.linux-vs.org/~dragonfly/htm/lvs_freebsd.htm ============================================================================= v. 1.5 date: 2007/06/29 09:16:39; author: linimon; state: Exp; lines: +1 -1 Populate the 'kld' virtual category, for ports that install Kernel Loadable modules. Hat: portmgr
v. 1.4 date: 2005/08/25 09:58:13; author: clement; state: Exp; lines: +1 -1 - Fix a stupid #include problem in libipvs Pointy hat to: me Approved by: portmgr (self)
v. 1.3 date: 2005/08/24 19:55:33; author: clement; state: Exp; lines: +15 -12 - Add support for 6.0 and 7.0-CURRENT - fix installation of scheduler modules - install ipvs headers and libipvs - temporaly host new distfile Approved by: portmgr (self)
v. 1.2 date: 2005/06/12 19:10:18; author: clement; state: Exp; lines: +21 -14 - rewrite IGNORE messages to make them more clear
v. 1.1 date: 2005/06/11 16:52:39; author: clement; state: Exp; - Add ipvs 0.4.0 for FreeBSD This is a port of IPVS (aka LVS) on FreeBSD. IPVS is a highly scalable and highly available server built on a cluster of real servers, with the load balancer. The architecture of the server cluster is fully transparent to end users, and the users interact as if it were a single high-performance virtual server. http://dragon.linux-vs.org/~dragonfly/htm/lvs_freebsd.htm =============================================================================



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