Finding out number of healthy backends
guido.bakker at gmail.com
Tue Nov 23 07:33:27 CET 2010
We build a nagios check using:
varnishadm -T localhost:6082 debug.health | grep \ is
This works fine.
2010/11/22 Glen Kelly <Glen.Kelly at fire.tas.gov.au>
> Is there any way of using varnishstat to determine the number of healthy
> I currently use ‘varnishstat -1 -f n_backend’ but this only returns the
> number of backends, not the number of healthy backends.
> I am using Nagios to monitor our environment and want to be able to monitor
> when we lose a backend. I already am monitoring the backends directly so I
> have that covered but I want to also monitor when varnish thinks it has lost
> a backend. i.e. monitoring at multiple levels
> If this is not current achievable how do I go about requesting this feature
> to be added to varnish?
> Regards Glen
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