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Manual Reference Pages  -  GDNSD-PLUGIN-SIMPLEFO (8)

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NAME

gdnsd-plugin-simplefo - gdnsd plugin for simple primary->secondary address failover

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

Example gdnsd config fragment using this plugin:



  plugins => {
    simplefo => {
      service_types => [ www ],
      pubwww => {
        primary => 192.0.2.1
        secondary => 192.0.2.100
      }
      www6 => {
        primary => 2001:DB8::1
        secondary => 2001:DB8::100
      }
      mixed => {
        service_types => [ www, xmpp ]
        addrs_v4 => {
          primary => 192.0.2.1
          secondary => 192.0.2.100
        }
        addrs_v6 => {
          service_types => up
          primary => 2001:DB8::1
          secondary => 2001:DB8::100
        }
      }
    }
  }



Example zonefile RRs:



  www 180 DYNA simplefo!pubwww
  www6 180 DYNA simplefo!www6
  mix 180 DYNA simplefo!mixed



DESCRIPTION

gdnsd-plugin-simplefo is designed to do simple active/passive failover between one primary address and one secondary address. The status of the addresses are checked with standard gdnsd service_types monitoring. If you need more than a simple two-address failover list, the metafo plugin is more appropriate.

TOP-LEVEL PLUGIN CONFIG

At the top level of the plugin’s configuration stanza, the special parameter service_types is supported. These sets the default per-resource service_types for all resources. The default default service_types is [ up ], which simply sets them all UP statically.

The rest of the hash entries at the top level are the names of the resources you define. Each resource gets a configuration hash of its own for containing resource-specific address info.

RESOURCE CONFIG

Within a resource, service_types is again supported, to set the monitored service type(s) for this specific resource.

If addrs_v4 is defined, it must be a hash containing two keys: primary and secondary, each of which has an IPv4 string address value.

Similarly, if addrs_v6 is defined, it must be a hash containing two keys: primary and secondary, each of which has an IPv6 string address value.

If neither of those two sub-stanzas is defined, you must define a single pair of primary and secondary addresses for the whole resource. These can be of either address family, so long as they are both the same family.

When addrs_v4 and/or addrs_v6 are used, service_types can also be overridden within each, for different behavior per-address-family (e.g. force one protocol always up/down).

OPERATIONAL MECHANICS

For each address family for which you have supplied data, the following logic is applied independently:
o First, the worst monitored state of all service_types checks for the primary address is obtained. If this state is UP, the primary address is used.
o If the primary address was DOWN, the secondary address is checked: If the secondary is UP, it will be used. If the secondary is also DOWN, then the primary is used.
o In any case other than the primary being exactly UP, the response RR-set TTL from the zonefile will be cut in half for both address families.
If both primary and secondary were DOWN for either address family, this plugin will signal total resource failure to any upstream module (geoip or metafo). The cutting of the TTL only happens once for all address RRs, even if both families had a non-UP primary.

SEE ALSO

gdnsd.config(5), gdnsd.zonefile(5), gdnsd(8), gdnsd-plugin-multifo(8)

The gdnsd manual.

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright (c) 2012 Brandon L Black <blblack@gmail.com>

This file is part of gdnsd.

gdnsd is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

gdnsd is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with gdnsd. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

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