[Openstack] lbaas - should we allow pool without health monitor to become/remain active?

Jacob Godin jacobgodin at gmail.com
Tue Oct 22 10:14:16 UTC 2013

It would be nice for Horizon to show a warning beside the LB if it doesn't
have a health monitor, however I think that it should be possible to create
one without a monitor. There may be a use case where this is desired.

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On Oct 22, 2013 7:09 AM, "Rami Vaknin" <rvaknin at redhat.com> wrote:

> I thought about a scenario where a pool which contains one active and one
> dead members and working with source ip method will make its service
> permanently unavailable for ~50% of the clients, now the question is
> whether you think that health monitor should be mandatory for a pool to
> become active or should we keep allow active pools without health monitor?
> --
> Thanks,
> Rami Vaknin, QE @ Red Hat, TLV, IL.
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