Product Documentation

Managing a Load Balancing Virtual Server

Feb 17, 2014

Virtual servers are enabled by default when you create them. You can disable and enable virtual servers manually. If you disable a virtual server, the virtual service’s state appears as OUT OF SERVICE. When this happens, the virtual server terminates all connections, either immediately or after allowing existing connections to complete, depending on the setting of the downStateFLush parameter. If downStateFLush is ENABLED (default), all the connections are flushed. If DISABLED, the virtual server continues to serve requests on existing connections.

You remove a virtual server only when you no longer require the virtual server. Before you remove it, you must unbind all services from it.

To enable or disable a virtual server by using the command line interface

At the command prompt, type:

  • enable lb vserver <name>
  • disable lb vserver
    SYNOPSIS

    disable lb vserver <name>

Examples

enable lb vserver Vserver-LB-1 
disable lb vserver Vserver-LB-1

To enable or disable a virtual server by using the configuration utility

  1. Navigate to Traffic Management > Load Balancing > Virtual Servers.
  2. Select a virtual server, and in the Action list, select Enable or Disable.

To unbind a service from a virtual server by using the command line interface

At the command prompt, type:

unbind lb vserver <name> <serviceName>

Example

unbind lb vserver Vserver-LB-1 Service-HTTP-1

To unbind a service from a virtual server by using the configuration utility

  1. Navigate to Traffic Management > Load Balancing > Virtual Servers.
  2. Open a virtual server, and click in the Services section.
  3. Select a service and click Unbind.