Manual Reference Pages - VM::EC2::ELB::HEALTHCHECK (3)
VM::EC2::ELB:HealthCheck - Load Balancer Health Check Parameters
$lb = $ec2->describe_load_balancers(my-lb);
my $hc = $lb->HealthCheck;
my $interval = $hc->Interval;
my $target = $hc->Target;
my $healthy_threshold = $hc->HealthyThreshold;
my $unhealthy_threshold = $hc->UnhealthyThreshold;
my $timeout = $hc->Timeout;
This object is used to describe the parameters used to perform
healthchecks on a load balancer. Generally you will not call
this directly, as all its methods are passed through by the
VM::EC2::ELB object returned from the HealthCheck() call.
The following object methods are supported:
Interval -- The time interval between health checks
Target -- The target protocol protocol and port of the check
HealthyThreshold -- The number of successive positive health checks that
need to be completed to be marked as healthy
UnhealthyThreshold -- The number of successive negative health checks that
need to be completed to be marked as unhealthy
Timeout -- The time interval of what is considered a timeout
When used in a string context, this object will interpolate object
parameters as a series of Key:Value strings
Lance Kinley <email@example.com>.
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