salt.states.modjk_worker

Manage modjk workers

Send commands to a modjk load balancer via the peer system.

This module can be used with the prereq requisite to remove/add the worker from the load balancer before deploying/restarting service.

Mandatory Settings:

  • The minion needs to have permission to publish the modjk.* functions (see here for information on configuring peer publishing permissions)
  • The modjk load balancer must be configured as stated in the modjk execution module documentation
salt.states.modjk_worker.activate(name, lbn, target, profile=u'default', tgt_type=u'glob')

Changed in version 2017.7.0: The expr_form argument has been renamed to tgt_type, earlier releases must use expr_form.

Activate the named worker from the lbn load balancers at the targeted minions

Example:

disable-before-deploy:
  modjk_worker.activate:
    - name: {{ grains['id'] }}
    - lbn: application
    - target: 'roles:balancer'
    - tgt_type: grain
salt.states.modjk_worker.disable(name, lbn, target, profile=u'default', tgt_type=u'glob')

Changed in version 2017.7.0: The expr_form argument has been renamed to tgt_type, earlier releases must use expr_form.

Disable the named worker from the lbn load balancers at the targeted minions. The worker will get traffic only for current sessions and won't get new ones.

Example:

disable-before-deploy:
  modjk_worker.disable:
    - name: {{ grains['id'] }}
    - lbn: application
    - target: 'roles:balancer'
    - tgt_type: grain
salt.states.modjk_worker.stop(name, lbn, target, profile=u'default', tgt_type=u'glob')

Changed in version 2017.7.0: The expr_form argument has been renamed to tgt_type, earlier releases must use expr_form.

Stop the named worker from the lbn load balancers at the targeted minions The worker won't get any traffic from the lbn

Example:

disable-before-deploy:
  modjk_worker.stop:
    - name: {{ grains['id'] }}
    - lbn: application
    - target: 'roles:balancer'
    - tgt_type: grain