Manual Chapter : Isolate a service scaling group load balancer device with health issues

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BIG-IQ Centralized Management

  • 7.1.0
Manual Chapter

Isolate a service scaling group load balancer device with health issues

Before you start this task, be sure to identify a service scaling group experiencing health issues using the service scaling groups list (
Applications
ENVIRONMENTS
Service Scaling Group
), or active alerts (
Applications
ALERT MANAGEMENT
Active Alerts
).
The health of the load balancer BIG-IP device can impact the service scaling group's overall health status. Check the health of your load balancing BIG-IP devices see if its health status is impacting the service scaling group's BIG-IP VE devices.
  1. Open the single service scaling group screen by selecting the name of the SSG from the Service Scaling Groups Screen (
    Applications
    ENVIRONMENTS
    Service Scaling Group
    <Service Scaling Group Name>
    ).
  2. To view the list of load balancing devices to your service scaling group, click
    CONFIGURATION
    at the left, below the summary bar.
  3. Select
    Load Balancer
    from the menu to the left.
    This opens a chart that lists all the load balancing BIG-IP devices to your service scaling group.
  4. Use the Health column to isolate devices with a Critical or Moderate health status. Use the Hostname and Device Address columns to isolate the affected load balancing devices.
    You can select one or more check boxes to the left of the device row, and click
    View Health Statistics
    or
    View Traffic Statistics
    to view the selected device's resource usage and load balancing performance statistics.
  5. If the load balancer resource usage and/or load balancing capabilities are affecting the performance of the service scaling group, you can adjust the BIG-IP device settings device directly by clicking the Device Address from the
    Load Balancer
    list.