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I am trying to implement HAProxy for auto-failover for several ports. Like to have the capability to auto-failover all ports, such as 389, 443, and 8443 if any one of these ports is down.

Looks to me the following configuration only auto-failover on a port not all ports.

mode tcp
server s1 10.10.10.1:389 check inter 1s fail 3 rise 3
server s2 10.10.10.2:389 check backup

Thanks,

  • Don't use check backup but instead simply backup, this way you have more availability. And welcome the site! :) – kubanczyk Feb 19 at 20:04
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Write a simple script that for a given server checks all three ports and which will return a non-zero error condition when either one or more port/service fails.

Configure and use that script as an external-check command </path/to/scriptname> for all your services instead of the native checks.

  • Thank you! I will take a look at it. Appreciated. – YMZ Feb 19 at 15:58
  • I tried external-check. Somehow, I can't make it work. Here is the message I got when I check the script. Looks like I have some chroot issue? ubuntu@ip-10-205-233-157:/etc/haproxy$ haproxy -f /etc/haproxy/haproxy.cfg -c [ALERT] 050/161903 (21641) : Proxy 'esa_ldap' : 'option external-check' unable to find required 'global.external-check'. [ALERT] 050/161903 (21641) : Fatal errors found in configuration. – YMZ Feb 20 at 16:21
  • Have you tried using an absolute path to the script global.external-check? – HBruijn Feb 21 at 6:46

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