I use vyatta as firewallservice and version of service chain is v1.


On 09/19/2016 14:18, Ganesha H V <ganesh...@juniper.net> wrote:

What is the image and version of Service Chain you are using? 



Thanks & Regards,
Ganesha HV.
"To be conscious that you're ignorant, is a great step to success" - Dr.Kalam

From: Dev <dev-boun...@lists.opencontrail.org> on behalf of 钱行 <qi...@certusnet.com.cn>
Sent: Monday, September 19, 2016 11:45:00 AM
To: dev
Subject: [opencontrail-dev] service instance health-check bug
 
hi,all

    I started a service-instance with 2 max-instances in active-active ha_mode. I call them vmA and vmB
    As usual, each of these instances has three interfaces, which are manage, left and right interface,with flow from left to right,
and I bonded health-check instance with left interfaces and right interfaces.
    If I shutdown the left interface in the vmA, the flows all go to vmB of course.
    BUT, if I shut down the right interface in the vmA, some flow still go to vmA, and the service-instance doesn't work well.
    So, we lose half of the flows when one of the right interfaces goes down.

    How can I solve it? Or, we should have a data struct like "risk group", which contains left and right interface peers, and once
one of the interface health-checked failed, all the interface in the group will be set inactive.


    Any help will be appreciated!
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Hang Qian
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