Hey Brandon,

Thanks for the response. My bad. Seems there is a small bug in horizon.
The moment you configure a health monitor, it shows up in the pool. I
thought it automatically got associated. But when I checked via CLI, it
was not. After associating it via CLI (not able to associate it via
horizon, the drop down for health-monitors doesn¹t seem to work), it seems
to work fine :).

As per stats, ideally, it¹s good to get counters like:
ICMP successful requests: x
ICMP response  timeouts: y
ICMP response failures: z

HTTP successful responses: a
HTTP timeouts: b
.
.
.


Just an initial thought, this sort of verifies that monitors are working
as expected. Like in current situation, I had to manually login to the
server to see if the server is catering to any health-monitoring requests.

Even getting haproxy stats is not very straightforward, as you need to
open a unix socket in haproxy cfg and restart the haproxy instance which
might not be possible in production sometimes.

Thanks,
Varun



On 1/19/15, 8:21 PM, "Brandon Logan" <brandon.lo...@rackspace.com> wrote:

>Hi Varun,
>
>Could you tell me which driver you are using? If you're running the
>HaproxyOnHostPluginDriver then that should do a check every 6 seconds
>for members being down.  However, other drivers may not do this.  It's
>up to the driver.
>
>As for providing health monitor stats, those currently are not being
>provided.  There haven't been any plans for that yet because everyone
>has been focused on getting the v2 API out.  Which is almost complete
>and plan for that to be completed for Kilo-3.  If you'd like to be able
>to retrieve some health stats, please list them and let us know.  We'll
>hopefully be able to get them in after v2 has completed.
>
>Thanks,
>Brandon
>
>On Mon, 2015-01-19 at 14:42 -0800, Varun Lodaya wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> 
>> 
>> I am trying to get LBaaS running on stable Juno. I can get all the
>> LBaaS components correctly installed and working as expected. But I am
>> facing some issues with the health-monitor. I am not quite sure if
>> it¹s working as expected.
>> 
>> 
>> I have 2 ubuntu servers as members of http-pool and I have stopped
>> apache process on 1 of the servers. I have HTTP health-monitor
>> configured on the pool which runs every 1 min and checks for 200
>> response code on HTTP GET. I was expecting it to FAIL after 3 retries
>> and make the status ³INACTIVE² for the member where apache is not
>> running. But for some reason, it¹s always ACTIVE.
>> 
>> 
>> Can somebody help me with how is it suppose to work and if it¹s a bug?
>> 
>> 
>> Also, currently I don¹t see any health monitor stats with neutron. Is
>> there any plan to get health monitor stats in future releases?
>> 
>> 
>> Thanks,
>> Varun
>> 
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