The contributors of Linux Virtual Server project are listed as follows in alphabetical order by last name. Julian Anastasov
Many bug fixes and good suggestions. Drop_rate and secure_tcp strategies against DoS attack. Some porting work to kernel 2.4, such as changing locking, fixing slow timer and module reference for kernel 2.4. Many IPVS code improvements in both kernel 2.4 and 2.6. Alexandre Cassen Many improvements on IPVS synchronization. Wrote the Keepalived for LVS. Mike Douglas Linux Virtual Server Logo. Horms (Simon Horman) Added the option to read rules from stdio to ipvsadm and made that ipvsadm can live on libpopt.a library. Added the fwmark-based service lookup. ipvsadm man page update and ipvsadm debian support. Matthew Kellett Added the loadable load-balancing module to VS-0.5 patch for kernel 2.0. (It wasn't applied to our code because we were working at VS-0.8 at that time, but the idea of loadable scheduling module was adopted later.) Peter Kese Suggested the idea of the local-node feature and provided a local-node prototype patch for VS via tunneling. Port the VS patch to kernel 2.2 and rewrite of some code The persistent client connection feature. TC Lewis Registered the LinuxVirtualServer.org and Linux-VS.org domains. Joseph Mack Gave a talk about Linux Virtual Server at LinuxExpo'99. Wrote the LVS-HOWTO document and the LVS-mini-HOWTO. Lars Marowsky-Bree Hosting the http://www.LinuxVirtualServer.org/ site. Gave a talk about Linux Virtual Server at Linux Kongress'99 Added persistence granularity support to ipvs. Rob Thomas Wrote the the "Greased Turkey" document about how to setup a load-sharing server. (a little bit stale, though) Mike Wangsmo ipvsadm man page. Wensong Zhang Chief author and developer.
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Created on: 1999/5/20