I am trying to determine the best way to monitor the health of my servers. I have multiple Web Server instances running on different ports on the same physical server. So I have configured 1 RSERVER. In my Server Farm configuration I specify the RSERVER then the port number for each Web Server instance.
How can I monitor each Instance individualy?
I dont want to take the entire RSERVER out of service if just one of the instances fail. I just want to take the one instance out of service if that one instance has failed.
I'm not sure of the architecture you are proposing, but one solution to achieve your stated objective is to define multiple rservers - one for each port. A probe can then be assigned to each rserver rather than the serverfarm as a whole.
Another solution might be to create multiple serverfarms - one for each web server instance.
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