Shows current server status, whether all are up or not, details of key configuration and a GUI form to update load-balancer’s core settings.
Displays information whether all servers are up running or if some are down.
Use the load-balancer’s statistics to find out long a given server has been up or down.
|Started on||When HAProxy was started, in current user’s timezone|
|Work dir||Same as work_dir|
|HAProxy command||Same as haproxy_command|
|Key file||Same as keyfile|
|Cert file||Same as certfile|
|CA certs file||Same as ca_certs|
|Cert verify fields||Same as verify_fields though a reminder will be shown if no verify fields have been set|
|Syslog host, port, level and facility||Syslog config HAProxy should use|
|(Name of a server)||
Choosing ‘Validate config’ will make the load-balancer’s agent run HAProxy in dry run mode and return information whether the config is valid as far as HAProxy’s formal validation goes. It won’t check whether addresses given are reachable nor attempt to achieve anything besides making sure HAProxy accepts the config as such.
Choosing ‘Validate and safe’ will first validate the config as above and then HAProxy will be hot-reloaded, without disrupting any ongoing connections.