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The ILB command–line interface is located in the /usr/sbin/ilbadm directory. The CLI includes subcommands to configure load-balancing rules, server groups, and health checks. It also includes subcommands to display statistics as well as view configuration details. The subcommands can be divided into two categories:
Configuration subcommands – These subcommands enable you to perform the following tasks:
Create and delete load-balancing rules
Enable and disable load-balancing rules
Create and delete server groups
Add and remove servers from a server group
Enable and disable back-end servers
Create and delete server health checks for a server group within a load-balancing rule
Note - To administer the configuration subcommands, you require privileges. The privileges are obtained through the role-based access control (RBAC) of Oracle Solaris. To create the appropriate role and assign the role to a user, see Initially Configuring RBAC (Task Map) in Oracle Solaris 11.1 Administration: Security Services.
View subcommands – These subcommands enable you to perform the following tasks:
View configured load-balancing rules, server groups, and health checks
View packet forwarding statistics
View the NAT connection table
View health check results
View the session persistence mapping table
Note - You do not need privileges to administer the view subcommands.
You can use ilbadm and its subcommands to manipulate the load-balancing rules. For more detailed information about ilbadm subcommands, refer to the ilbadm(1M) man page.
Table 10-4 ILB Subcommands Used to Manipulate the Load-balancing Rules