Thanks for your quick response.
To check the health status of my real servers, I need the ip and port of my
real server(s). That's enough and so the ip / port of virtual server is
really confused to me and that why I posted question here.
Graeme Fowler wrote:
> You seem to be having a very conclusive conversation with yourself on
> this subject, which is a mite confusing for the rest of us...
> On Fri, 2008-07-11 at 10:34 -0700, Ken--@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
>> Well, why there is four parameters for this script?
> I guess it's because if you want to run a custom check, you need to know
> what you're checking *for*. I know no Java whatsoever but passing
> parameters to a script is a very common thing, and with these parameters
> you know what you're checking.
>> * virtual server ip/firewall mark
>> * virtual server port
>> * real server ip
>> * real server port
> Whatever you do, you'd want to connect to the realserver you're testing
> and make sure the service is running. How you do that depends on the
> If it's successful, you exit with a return code of 0 - ie. success.
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