LB

Description

Use these commands to get and set information having to do with a load balancing decision.

Command List

  • LB::bias -
  • LB::class - Provides the name of the traffic class that matched the connection
  • LB::command - To be completed
  • LB::connect -
  • LB::connlimit - set the connection limit for virtual/node/poolmember
  • LB::context_id - Assigns the current connection to named context.
  • LB::detach - Disconnects the server side connection
  • LB::down - Sets the status of a node or pool member as being down.
  • LB::dst_tag - Sets the destination tag for the current request
  • LB::enable_decisionlog - enables LTM decision logging
  • LB::mode - Sets the load balancing mode
  • LB::persist - Forces a persistence record lookup and returns the result
  • LB::prime - Sets up serverside connections before client traffic comes
  • LB::reselect - Selects the next available member in the current pool, based on pool Load Balancing options
  • LB::select - Forces a load balancing selection and returns the result
  • LB::server - Returns information about the currently selected server
  • LB::snat - Returns information on the SNAT configuration of the virtual server.
  • LB::src_tag - Sets the source tag for the current request
  • LB::status - Returns the status of a node address or pool member.
  • LB::up - Sets the status of a node or pool member as being up.
  • LB::queue - Returns queue information

Associated Events

  • LB::class - Provides the name of the traffic class that matched the connection
  • LB_FAILED - Triggered when the system fails to select a pool or a pool member. or when a selected resource is unreachable.
  • LB_SELECTED - Triggered when the system selects a pool member.
  • LB_QUEUED - serverside event triggered when a connection limit it hit at the pool or pool member level.

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