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- Ethan - check local haproxy functionality connects to haproxy via UNIX socket and retrieves haproxy stats. It then parses the stats and reports any FRONTEND which is not OPEN and/or any BACKEND/server which is not UP.

If session limit is enforced for proxies, the script can check if current session number is above specified thresholds (if any). -p proxy1,proxy2
only check proxy1 and proxy2 -s /var/spool/haproxy/sock
connect to named UNIX socket -w 60 -c 80
check if any proxy has current session > 60% or 80% of its session limit -h
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byyann.fertat, January 9, 2015
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
The website does not seem to be available.

I cloned the script and added perfdata for graphs here: