11-02-2015 11:49 PM
Is it possible, and if it is, how, to dump the whole persistence table?
I'm load balancing RADIUS traffic based on one of AVPs and I have to do that with a request type rule. At those points in time, the LB does not know, to which node it's going to be diverted, so connection.getNode() doesn't work for me. I don't want to introduce new rules, just to log this. I would rather want to check it from the LB itself.
I'm doing universal session persistence with connection.setPersistenceKey() and connection.setPersistence().
Thank you in advance for all the tips and ideas,
11-04-2015 04:37 AM
I don't think you can create a simple dump of the persistence tables from a rule.
However, if you just want to log the nodes which have been used, you could create a Response rule, and log.info() using getNode() and other information from there? You may also be able to use other functions to access connection and request data, such as connection.data.get().
11-05-2015 04:10 AM
I don't want to create a dump from a rule. I want to create that from the WebUI or CLI. Are there any commands to take a look what's inside those persistence tables (session caches)?
11-10-2015 06:20 AM
It seems Brocade Traffic Manager is lacking this crucial functionality after all, as there is no way to look into the persistence table ("session cache")...