Just a quick question regarding the 'failaction purge' serverfarm command. When you specify 'failaction purge', does the purge apply when you manually deactivate the serverfarm (as in manually marking the serverfarm and all its reals as no 'inservice')?
I know 'failaction purge' works when a real server fails the probe, but I wondered if it also closes sessions when you take down the serverfarm. We're running CSM code 4.2(9). Thanks.
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