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Question about HTTP probe function on Local Director

Hello everyone,

I have a question about HTTP probe function on Local

Director.

In the case of using HTTP probe on Local Director.

Local Director: 417, Version 4.2.5

I want to know the following.

1: How many times/seconds the Local Director waits an ack

(acknowledge) from real server for a HTTP probe request

(HTTP HEAD) before the Local Director determines the real

server to fail ?

That is, How many times/seconds the Local Director can

wait an ack from real server for one HTTP probe request ?

2: How many times the Local Director retry(re-send) HTTP

probe request to the real server if the real server does

not respond it before the Local Director determines the

real server to fail ?

I think the retry(re-send) count depends on "threshold"

count of "probeconfig" command.

It means the "threshold" count of "probeconfig" command

is same meaning of retry count.

Is my understanding correct ?

Best regards,

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Re: Question about HTTP probe function on Local Director

The threshold can range from1 to 99 and it is the maximum number of probe failures that can occur before the real machine fails. I guess it is the same as the retry count.

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Re: Question about HTTP probe function on Local Director

The threshold can range from1 to 99 and it is the maximum number of probe failures that can occur before the real machine fails. I guess it is the same as the retry count.

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Re: Question about HTTP probe function on Local Director

Thank you very much for your answer.

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