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Change the text returned by the Access Gateway heartbeat URL

Hello,

I wanted to know if I can change the text returned by the Novell Access Gateway heartbeat URL -- https://<server>:<port>/nesp/app/heartbeat
In a typical scenario, this URL will return "Success".
I am exploring the option of changing this value temporarily (during changes) so that I can bring this server out of rotation from the load balancer, without stopping the service.

Is this possible? and if so how?

Thank you
Sudarshan
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Re: Change the text returned by the Access Gateway heartbeat URL

On 10/5/2016 3:56 AM, sudarshanpvg wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> I wanted to know if I can change the text returned by the Novell Access
> Gateway heartbeat URL -- https://<server>:<port>/nesp/app/heartbeat
> In a typical scenario, this URL will return "Success".
> I am exploring the option of changing this value temporarily (during
> changes) so that I can bring this server out of rotation from the load
> balancer, without stopping the service.
>
> Is this possible? and if so how?
>
> Thank you
> Sudarshan
>
>

Why don't you just block traffic on port 443 from the monitor IP address
using iptables (if you run linux). You can do the same thing on Windows
using the local firewall as well.

My guess is that if you want to change the text returned you might have
to reload tomcat before it does it if it is at all possible.

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Edward

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