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Varnish configure a backend to have multiple probes?

Is it possible in Varnish 3 to configure a backend to have multiple probes? I have multiple varnish servers and multiple backend servers running Drupal. I've configured a basic 1 second interval ...
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How to health check hosts over HTTPS behind the load-balancer?

I have NGINX serving my site over HTTPS on EC2 hosts behind Elastic Load Balancer. I need to set up a proper health-check in ELB. However, I cannot use https://www.example.com because I need to ...
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ELB healthcheck with multiple applications on same instance

Right now we're in the process of migrating our application on AWS, and we plan on having two applications (java war) on each instance ( We're using Tomcat as our application server). One of them has ...
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Django - Health check for AWS ELB

I'm hosting web application on AWS with Nginx 1.6.3 and django 1.7.6 I have ELB in front of EC2 instance and its ping target is HTTP:80/health_check of EC2 instance. Until now, I've checked EC2 ...
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HAProxy tcp load balancing with an https check fails

I'm trying to load balance a posgres tcp connection, with a node check done via a python script residing on an https connection. conf file looks like so: global log 127.0.0.1 local2 ...
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Can apache (mod_proxy_balancer or something else) manage probe on specific URI?

I have an apache server used as a balancer to reach two nginx instances which in their turn communicate with a specific tomcat application. The tomcat exposes a healthcheck to verify application ...
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Get a specific answer as a result from helthcheck varnish

I want to make a condition. The backend is healthy only if i get as a result "alive", else even it get a result, it would be not healthy. backend test { .host = "192.168.1.100"; ...
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Rogue Amazon Health Check

I have been building out an NGINX based web server on an AWS EC2 instance and recently noticed a huge amount of traffic from DNS Health Check which is related to the Amazon Route 53 service. I do not ...