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In this article, you can learn how to install HAProxy 2.0 on Amazon Linux 2/CentOS and set up an HAProxy configuration for your load balancing web server.
By default, HAProxy resolves all DNS records (e.g. for backends) at startup/reload. These resolved DNS records then stay in HAProxy’s own DNS cache. So you would have to launch a reload of HAProxy to renew the DNS cache.
Parsing the logs with HALog isn’t the only way to get metrics out of HAProxy. The HAProxy Stats Page can be enabled by adding the stats enable directive to a frontend or listen section.
With the release of HAProxy 1.9, you can record CPU time spent on processing a request within HAProxy
When it comes to operationalizing your log data, HAProxy provides a wealth of information.
As of 2.0.0, HAProxy includes a Prometheus exporter module that can be built into your binary during build time.
RDS PostgreSQL supports several parameters you can set to log activity that occurs on your PostgreSQL DB instance.
On a Fresh Install, On a New OS…Fedora, I noticed I was unable to pull in docker base images. So I ran the following commands to troubleshoot and subsequently fix the issue
If you search for “backup Kubernetes” on google you will probably find this page. It is probably what you are looking for if you are running Kubernetes.
Whenever I try to execute a command inside the Docker container with Jenkins, the following error appears: the input device is not a TTY Solution: Instead of using the following in your Jenkinsfile or Jenkins Pipeline Library: docker exec -it Use the following...