Load Balancer Member node
The Load Balancer Member node represents a physical server that acts as a provider of a service available to a load balancer.
A Load Balancer Member node is created or updated when BMC Discovery scans a network device with load balancing options enabled.
A Load Balancer Member node is removed when its parent Load Balancer Instance node is removed. This is Containment Removal, see Containment Removal.
Load Balancer Member node attributes
The attributes of a Load Balancer Member node are as described in the following table:
Globally unique key of the LoadBalancerService.
IP address of the service.
Port that the service is using.
Name of the service.
State of the service.
Load Balancer Member node relationships
The relationships for a Load Balancer Member node are described in the table below.
|Pools||Pools that the Load Balancer Member is in.|
|Host||Host implementing the service.|
|Software Instance||Software Instance implementing the service.|
|Software Component||Software Component implementing the service.|
|Maintaining Pattern||Pattern that is maintaining this load balancer member.|
Software Cluster implementing the service.