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Failover Load Balancing Route

The Failover Load Balancing Route defines a route for a fail-over load balancing algorithm.

A fail-over load balancing route is defined by a priority for each type of operation and is identified by a route identifier.

Parent Component

The Failover Load Balancing Route component inherits from the Load Balancing Route

Properties

A description of each property follows.


Basic Properties: Advanced Properties:
↓ add-priority  None
↓ bind-priority
↓ compare-priority
↓ delete-priority
↓ extended-priority
↓ modify-priority
↓ modifydn-priority
↓ search-priority
↓ workflow-element

Basic Properties

add-priority

Description
The priority of the route for ADD operations. The ADD priority of the route is used by the fail-over load balancing algorithm to determine which route should be used first for ADD operations. The lower the number, the higher the priority, and the highest priority is 0.
Default Value
None
Allowed Values
An integer value. Lower value is 0.
Multi-valued
No
Required
Yes
Admin Action Required
None
Advanced Property
No
Read-only
No

bind-priority

Description
The priority of the route for BIND operations. The BIND priority of the route is used by the fail-over load balancing algorithm to determine which route should be used first for BIND operations. The lower the number, the higher the priority, and the highest priority is 0.
Default Value
None
Allowed Values
An integer value. Lower value is 0.
Multi-valued
No
Required
Yes
Admin Action Required
None
Advanced Property
No
Read-only
No

compare-priority

Description
The priority of the route for COMPARE operations. The COMPARE priority of the route is used by the fail-over load balancing algorithm to determine which route should be used first for COMPARE operations. The lower the number, the higher the priority, and the highest priority is 0.
Default Value
None
Allowed Values
An integer value. Lower value is 0.
Multi-valued
No
Required
Yes
Admin Action Required
None
Advanced Property
No
Read-only
No

delete-priority

Description
The priority of the route for DELETE operations. The DELETE priority of the route is used by the fail-over load balancing algorithm to determine which route should be used first for DELETE operations. The lower the number, the higher the priority, and the highest priority is 0.
Default Value
None
Allowed Values
An integer value. Lower value is 0.
Multi-valued
No
Required
Yes
Admin Action Required
None
Advanced Property
No
Read-only
No

extended-priority

Description
The priority of the route for EXTENDED operations. The EXTENDED priority of the route is used by the fail-over load balancing algorithm to determine which route should be used first for EXTENDED operations. The lower the number, the higher the priority, and the highest priority is 0.
Default Value
None
Allowed Values
An integer value. Lower value is 0.
Multi-valued
No
Required
Yes
Admin Action Required
None
Advanced Property
No
Read-only
No

modify-priority

Description
The priority of the route for MODIFY operations. The MODIFY priority of the route is used by the fail-over load balancing algorithm to determine which route should be used first for MODIFY operations. The lower the number, the higher the priority, and the highest priority is 0.
Default Value
None
Allowed Values
An integer value. Lower value is 0.
Multi-valued
No
Required
Yes
Admin Action Required
None
Advanced Property
No
Read-only
No

modifydn-priority

Description
The priority of the route for MODIFYDN operations. The MODIFYDN priority of the route is used by the fail-over load balancing algorithm to determine which route should be used first for MODIFYDN operations. The lower the number, the higher the priority, and the highest priority is 0.
Default Value
None
Allowed Values
An integer value. Lower value is 0.
Multi-valued
No
Required
Yes
Admin Action Required
None
Advanced Property
No
Read-only
No

search-priority

Description
The priority of the route for SEARCH operations. The SEARCH priority of the route is used by the fail-over load balancing algorithm to determine which route should be used first for SEARCH operations. The lower the number, the higher the priority, and the highest priority is 0.
Default Value
None
Allowed Values
An integer value. Lower value is 0.
Multi-valued
No
Required
Yes
Admin Action Required
None
Advanced Property
No
Read-only
No

workflow-element

Description
The workflow element which contains the route.
Default Value
None
Allowed Values
The DN of any Workflow Element.
Multi-valued
No
Required
Yes
Admin Action Required
None
Advanced Property
No
Read-only
Yes


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