» Data Source: oci_load_balancer_backends

This data source provides the list of Backends in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Load Balancer service.

Lists the backend servers for a given load balancer and backend set.

» Example Usage

data "oci_load_balancer_backends" "test_backends" {
    backendset_name = "${oci_load_balancer_backend_set.test_backend_set.name}"
    load_balancer_id = "${oci_load_balancer_load_balancer.test_load_balancer.id}"

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • backendset_name - (Required) The name of the backend set associated with the backend servers. Example: example_backend_set
  • load_balancer_id - (Required) The OCID of the load balancer associated with the backend set and servers.

» Attributes Reference

The following attributes are exported:

» Backend Reference

The following attributes are exported:

  • backup - Whether the load balancer should treat this server as a backup unit. If true, the load balancer forwards no ingress traffic to this backend server unless all other backend servers not marked as "backup" fail the health check policy.

    Note: You cannot add a backend server marked as backup to a backend set that uses the IP Hash policy.

    Example: false

  • drain - Whether the load balancer should drain this server. Servers marked "drain" receive no new incoming traffic. Example: false

  • ip_address - The IP address of the backend server. Example:

  • name - A read-only field showing the IP address and port that uniquely identify this backend server in the backend set. Example:

  • offline - Whether the load balancer should treat this server as offline. Offline servers receive no incoming traffic. Example: false

  • port - The communication port for the backend server. Example: 8080

  • weight - The load balancing policy weight assigned to the server. Backend servers with a higher weight receive a larger proportion of incoming traffic. For example, a server weighted '3' receives 3 times the number of new connections as a server weighted '1'. For more information on load balancing policies, see How Load Balancing Policies Work. Example: 3