Status

Status

The View — Status
page displays the live traffic for your Virtual Services. It also
shows the number of connections and data to each real server so you can
see the load balancing in action.

Virtual Service Details

VIP Status:

The colour of the light indicates the state of the Virtual IP address associated with one or many virtual services.

    Online

    Failover-Standby. This virtual service is hot-standby

    Indicates a “passive” is holding off for an “active”

    Offline. Real servers are unreachable or no real servers are enabled

    Finding status

    Not licenced or licenced Virtual IPs exceeded

VS Status:

The colour of the light indicates the state of the Virtual Service:

    Online

    Failover-Standby This virtual service is hot-standby

    Indicates a “passive” is holding off for an “active”


Service Needs attention. This may be the result of a real server
failing a health monitor or has been changed manually to Offline
Traffic will continue to flow but with reduced real server capacity.

    Offline. Real servers are unreachable or no real servers are enabled

    Finding status

    Not licenced or licenced Virtual IPs exceeded

 

Name:

Virtual Service name.

Virtual Service:

The virtual IP address and port for the service.

Hit/Sec:

Layer 7 transactions per second on the client side.

Cache%:

The percentage of objects that have been served from the ALB-X RAM Cache.

Compression%:

The percentage of objects that have been compressed between the client and ALB-X.

RS Status:

    Connected

   Not monitored

    Draining

    Offline

    Standby

    Not connected

    Finding status

    Not licenced or licenced real servers exceeded

Real Server:

The real server IP address and port.

Notes:

Usually the name of the real server or helpful notes about the real server.

Conns:

The number of connections to each real
server. Here you can see load balancing in action. Very helpful to
verify that your load balancing policy is working correctly.

Data:

 The amount of data being sent to each real server.

Req/Sec:

The number of requests per second sent to each real server.

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