» Data Source: oci_health_checks_ping_probe_results

This data source provides the list of Ping Probe Results in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Health Checks service.

Returns the results for the specified probe, where the probeConfigurationId is the OCID of either a monitor or an on-demand probe.

Results are paginated based on page and limit. The opc-next-page header provides a URL for fetching the next page. Use sortOrder to set the order of the results. If sortOrder is unspecified, results are sorted in ascending order by startTime.

» Example Usage

data "oci_health_checks_ping_probe_results" "test_ping_probe_results" {
    #Required
    probe_configuration_id = "${oci_health_checks_probe_configuration.test_probe_configuration.id}"

    #Optional
    start_time_greater_than_or_equal_to = "${var.ping_probe_result_start_time_greater_than_or_equal_to}"
    start_time_less_than_or_equal_to = "${var.ping_probe_result_start_time_less_than_or_equal_to}"
    target = "${var.ping_probe_result_target}"
}

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

» Attributes Reference

The following attributes are exported:

» PingProbeResult Reference

The following attributes are exported:

  • connection -
    • address - The connection IP address.
    • port - The port.
  • dns -
    • addresses - The addresses returned by DNS resolution.
    • domain_lookup_duration - Total DNS resolution duration, in milliseconds. Calculated using domainLookupEnd minus domainLookupStart.
  • domain_lookup_end - The time immediately before the vantage point finishes the domain name lookup for the resource.
  • domain_lookup_start - The time immediately before the vantage point starts the domain name lookup for the resource.
  • error_category - The category of error if an error occurs executing the probe. The errorMessage field provides a message with the error details.
    • NONE - No error
    • DNS - DNS errors
    • TRANSPORT - Transport-related errors, for example a "TLS certificate expired" error.
    • NETWORK - Network-related errors, for example a "network unreachable" error.
    • SYSTEM - Internal system errors.
  • error_message - The error information indicating why a probe execution failed.
  • icmp_code - The ICMP code of the response message. This field is not used when the protocol is set to TCP. For more information on ICMP codes, see Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) Parameters.
  • is_healthy - True if the probe result is determined to be healthy based on probe type-specific criteria. For HTTP probes, a probe result is considered healthy if the HTTP response code is greater than or equal to 200 and less than 300.
  • is_timed_out - True if the probe did not complete before the configured timeoutInSeconds value.
  • key - A value identifying this specific probe result. The key is only unique within the results of its probe configuration. The key may be reused after 90 days.
  • latency_in_ms - The latency of the probe execution, in milliseconds.
  • probe_configuration_id - The OCID of the monitor or on-demand probe responsible for creating this result.
  • protocol - The protocols for ping probes.
  • start_time - The date and time the probe was executed, expressed in milliseconds since the POSIX epoch. This field is defined by the PerformanceResourceTiming interface of the W3C Resource Timing specification. For more information, see Resource Timing.
  • target - The target hostname or IP address of the probe.
  • vantage_point_name - The name of the vantage point that executed the probe.