Use the create-http-lb-config command to create a load balancer configuration. This configuration applies to load balancing in the HTTP path.
You must specify either a target or a configuration name, or both. If you don't specify a target, the configuration is created and assigned the default instance sever as the target. If you don't specify a configuration name, a name is created based on the target name. If you specify both, the configuration is created with the specified name, referencing the specified target.
The authorized domain administration server administrative username.
The ––password option is deprecated. Use ––passwordfile instead.
This option replaces the –– password option. Using the ––password option on the command line or through the environment is deprecated. The ––passwordfile option specifies the name of a file containing the password entries in a specified format. The entry for the password must have the AS_ADMIN_ prefix followed by the password name in capital letters. For example, to specify the domain administration server password, use an entry with the following format: AS_ADMIN_PASSWORD=password, where password is the actual administrator password. Other passwords that can be specified include AS_ADMIN_MAPPEDPASSWORD, AS_ADMIN_USERPASSWORD, AS_ADMIN_MQPASSWORD, AS_ADMIN_ALIASPASSWORD, and so on.
The machine name where the domain administration server is running. The default value is localhost.
The port number of the domain administration server listening for administration requests. The default port number for Enterprise Edition is 4849.
If set to true, uses SSL/TLS to communicate with the domain administration server.
Indicates that any output data must be very concise, typically avoiding human-friendly sentences and favoring well-formatted data for consumption by a script. Default is false.
Setting to true will echo the command line statement on the standard output. Default is false.
If set to true (default), only the required password options are prompted.
Displays the help text for the command.
The time in seconds within which a server instance must return a response. If no response is received within the time period, the server is considered unhealthy. If set to a positive number, and the request is idempotent, the request is retried. If the request is not idempotent, an error page is returned. If set to 0 no timeout is used.The default is 60.
If set to true, HTTPS requests to the load balancer result in HTTPS requests to the server instance. If set to false, HTTPS requests to the load balancer result in HTTP requests to the server instance. The default is false.
The interval between checks for changes to the load balancer configuration file loadbalancer.xml. When the check detects changes, the configuration file is reloaded. A value of 0 disables reloading.
Specifies whether monitoring is enabled. The default is false.
Specifies whether a route cookie is enabled.
Specifies the target to which the load balancer configuration applies. If you don't specify a target, the load balancer configuration is created without a target. You can specify targets later using the command create-http-lb-ref.
cluster_name, which specifies that requests for this cluster will be handled by the load balancer.
instance_name, which specifies that requests for this standalone instance will be handled by the load balancer.
The name of the new load balancer configuration. This name must not conflict with any other load balancer groups, agents, configurations, clusters, or sever instances in the domain. If you don't specify a name, the load balancer configuration name is based on the target name, target_name-http-lb-config.
asadmin> create-http-lb-config --user admin --passwordfile file --target mycluster mylbconfigname Command create-http-lb-config executed successfully.