[pve-devel] does somebody have an hetzner or ovh server to do test ?

Stephan Leemburg sleemburg at it-functions.nl
Tue Aug 25 09:49:19 CEST 2020


On 25-08-2020 09:28, Alexandre DERUMIER wrote:
> Hi Stephan,
>
> Thanks for the help
>
>>> What would you like to test? If it does not disturb my production
>>> servers, then I think I can help you.
> I would like to do a lot of setup test, so I'll break your production ;)

Oh, that would not be good ;-)

> I'm going to test routed setup, but also bgp-evpn,etc...
> I have a friend working at ovh, I'll try to have some server to test.
Hopefully they will sponsor you.
> but thanks anyway.
>
You're welcome.
>>> They both have 16 failover ip addresses. I have once tested the failover
>>> of the complete /28 block and - although there are costs involved - it
>>> works.
> Interesting, you have failover le full /28 block between server ?
> If yes, do you have done it manually ? or through the api ?
> (In the future, I would like to implemented auto failover with keepalived/vrrp or something like that)

I did it manually through the control panel. I have only 2 servers at 
OVH, but at that moment 3 as I was migrating from an old one to a new one.

So, I tested migrating the whole block from the new one to the old one 
(so that one hat 2 /28 blocks after migration) and back.


>
>
> ----- Mail original -----
> De: "Stephan Leemburg" <sleemburg at it-functions.nl>
> À: "Proxmox VE development discussion" <pve-devel at lists.proxmox.com>
> Envoyé: Samedi 22 Août 2020 18:01:16
> Objet: Re: [pve-devel] does somebody have an hetzner or ovh server to do test ?
>
> Hi Alexandre,
>
> Sorry for the late reply.
>
> But actually, I do have 2 OVH based subscribed proxmox systems.
>
> They both have 16 failover ip addresses. I have once tested the failover
> of the complete /28 block and - although there are costs involved - it
> works.
>
> What would you like to test? If it does not disturb my production
> servers, then I think I can help you.
>
> Kind regards,
>
> Met vriendelijke groet,
> Stephan Leemburg
> IT Functions
>
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> On 19-08-2020 08:57, Alexandre DERUMIER wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> I'm currently looking to test ip failover (single /32 ip or subnet range)
>> on public provider like hetzner or ovh.
>>
>> I have see a lot of users asking questions on the forum about routed setup.
>>
>> /32 is a bit tricky with point to point configuration,
>>
>> and I'll would like to implement them in sdn configuration (as I'm working on ip management).
>>
>>
>> I just need a small server, 1 single failover /32 ip and 1 small failover subnet.
>>
>>
>> If nobody can help, no problem, I'll rent a small server for 1 month.
>>
>>
>> Alexandre
>>
>>
>> (BTW: I'll try to send a new sdn patch series next week, I'm currently working on ip dns api registration)
>>
>>
>>
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