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which command would show VIP statistics?

From the NSX Edge CLI, which command would show VIP statistics?

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A.
show service loadbalancer pool

B.
show service loadbalancer virtual

C.
show service loadbalancer monitor

D.
show service loadbalancer

Explanation:
https://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?
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3 Comments on “which command would show VIP statistics?

  1. mr says:

    Correct Answer is D:

    Refer to https://kb.vmware.com/s/article/2122708

    VMware NSX for vSphere 6.2.4 Enhancements
    The show service loadbalancer command is improved to show all active sessions that are used globally per NSX Edge.

    The L4 load balancer connection statistics (active/inactive/total/max connection number) is also added when running the show service loadbalancer command.

    For example:

    show service loadbalancer

    Loadbalancer Services Status:

    L7 Loadbalancer : running
    L7 Loadbalancer Status Information:

    STATUS PID MAX_MEM_MB MAX_SOCK MAX_CONN MAX_PIPE CUR_CONN CONN_RATE CONN_RATE_LIMIT MAX_CONN_RATE
    running 2604 0 2079 1024 0 0 50 43 0

    L4 Loadbalancer Statistics:
    MAX_CONN ACT_CONN INACT_CONN TOTAL_CONN
    65536 245 537 782

    Prot LocalAddress:Port Scheduler Flags
    -> RemoteAddress:Port Forward Weight ActiveConn InActConn
    TCP 10.117.6.30:80 wrr
    -> 192.168.10.2:80 Masq 1 24 171
    -> 192.168.10.3:80 Masq 1 25 169
    TCP 10.117.6.30:443 wrr
    -> 192.168.10.2:80 Masq 1 196 1
    -> 192.168.10.3:80 Masq 1 0 196




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    1. SnowBB says:

      B is correct. Refer to the same link https://kb.vmware.com/s/article/2122708

      Load Balancer Virtual Machine information example

      The output of the load balanced virtual server information command:

      > show service loadbalancer virtual http-vip
      ———————————————————————–
      Loadbalancer VirtualServer Statistics:

      VIRTUAL http-vip
      | ADDRESS [10.117.35.186]:80
      | SESSION (cur, max, limit, total) = (0, 0, 1024, 0)
      | RATE (cur, max, limit) = (0, 0, 100)
      | BYTES in = (0), out = (0)
      +->POOL http-pool
      | LB METHOD leastconn
      | LB PROTOCOL L7
      | Transparent disabled
      | SESSION (cur, max, limit, total) = (0, 0, 103, 0)
      | BYTES in = (0), out = (0)
      +->POOL MEMBER: http-pool/m1, STATUS: UP
      | | STATUS = UP, MONITOR STATUS = default_http_monitor:OK
      | | SESSION (cur, max, limit, total) = (0, 0, , 0)
      | | BYTES in = (0), out = (0)
      +->POOL MEMBER: http-pool/m2, STATUS: UP
      | | STATUS = UP, MONITOR STATUS = default_http_monitor:OK
      | | SESSION (cur, max, limit, total) = (0, 0, , 0)
      | | BYTES in = (0), out = (0)
      +->POOL MEMBER: http-pool/m3, STATUS: UP
      | | STATUS = UP, MONITOR STATUS = default_http_monitor:OK
      | | SESSION (cur, max, limit, total) = (0, 0, , 0)
      | | BYTES in = (0), out = (0)




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