gcloud compute http-health-checks update - update an HTTP health check
gcloud compute http-health-checks update NAME [--check-interval CHECK_INTERVAL] [--description DESCRIPTION] [--healthy-threshold HEALTHY_THRESHOLD] [--host HOST] [--port PORT] [--request-path REQUEST_PATH] [--timeout TIMEOUT] [--unhealthy-threshold UNHEALTHY_THRESHOLD] [GLOBAL-FLAG ...]
gcloud compute http-health-checks update is used to update an existing HTTP health check. Only arguments passed in will be updated on the health check. Other attributes will remain unaffected.
NAMEThe name of the HTTP health check.
--check-interval CHECK_INTERVALHow often to perform a health check for an instance. For example, specifying 10s will run the check every 10 seconds. Valid units for this flag are s for seconds and m for minutes.--description DESCRIPTION
A textual description for the HTTP health check. Pass in an empty string to unset.--healthy-threshold HEALTHY_THRESHOLD
The number of consecutive successful health checks before an unhealthy instance is marked as healthy.--host HOST
The value of the host header used in this HTTP health check request. By default, this is empty and Google Compute Engine automatically sets the host header in health requests to the same external IP address as the forwarding rule associated with the target pool. Setting this to an empty string will clear any existing host value.--port PORT
The TCP port number that this health check monitors.--request-path REQUEST_PATH
The request path that this health check monitors. For example, /healthcheck.--timeout TIMEOUT
If Google Compute Engine doesnt receive an HTTP 200 response from the instance by the time specified by the value of this flag, the health check request is considered a failure. For example, specifying 10s will cause the check to wait for 10 seconds before considering the request a failure. Valid units for this flag are s for seconds and m for minutes.--unhealthy-threshold UNHEALTHY_THRESHOLD
The number of consecutive health check failures before a healthy instance is marked as unhealthy.
Run $ gcloud help for a description of flags available to all commands.