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Feb 07, 2012

How to use get_httpclass_profile?

Are there any examples on how to use the command get_httpclass_profile?


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  • I don't know of any samples in the CodeShare that use that method, but it's pretty easy. The definition is:



    VirtualServerHttpClass [] [] get_httpclass_profile(
      in String [] virtual_servers



    How you would code this depends on the language you choose. For PowerShell, it would be something like this



    $vipList = @("vip1", "vip2");
    $classListAofA = (Get-F5.iControl).LocalLBVirtualServer.get_httpclass_profile($vipList);
     Loop over each VIP
    for($i=0; $i -lt $classListAofA.Length; $i++)
      $vip = $vipList[$i];
      Write-Host "VIP: $vip";
       loop over each of the class profiles in the given VIP
      $classListA = $classListAofA[$i];
      foreach($class in $classListA)
        $profile_name = $class.profile_name;
        $priority = $class.priority;
        Write-Host "  $profile_name ($priority)"



    Hope this helps...





  • Thanks. This definitely helps. After I get this class, would there be a command to disable pools within that class?
  • Or first is there a way to find the pools from the classes that we get?