i tried to run a keepalived snapd as a floating ip with a loadbalancer cluster
to detect if the loadbalancer is active i use the “killall -0 haproxy”
when i run it without snap it detect that process has stopped
but strangely enough when running keepalived in snapd
the killall -0 haproxy command allways give a true in a sense making the keepalived package not functional anymore
i did install with --classic do i need to do more to allow the killal -0 haproxy command to work?
but also why is it giving a true while the process is not running at all outside or inside snap.