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Problem this snippet solves:

This script will print out status info on all pools, or a specific pool. This is pycontrol v2 only. The pycontrol v1 version is here

Code :

#!/usr/bin/python
'''
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'''

def show_all_pools_status(obj):

        ''' Show the status of all pools '''
        try: 
                pools  = obj.get_list()
                status = obj.get_object_status(pool_names = pools)
        except:
                "Unable to fetch pool list or get status - check trace log" 

        combined = zip(pools, status)
        
        for x in combined:
                print "Pool: ", x[0]
                print "\t",     x[1].availability_status
                print "\t",     x[1].enabled_status
                print "\t",     x[1].status_description
                print "\n"*2

def show_pool_status(obj, pool_name = None):
        ''' show the status of a single pool '''
        status = obj.get_object_status(pool_names = [pool_name])
        combined = zip(pool_name, status)
        for x in combined:
                print "Pool: ", x[0]
                print "\t",     x[1].availability_status
                print "\t",     x[1].enabled_status
                print "\t",     x[1].status_description
                print "\n"*2

        
if __name__ == "__main__":

        import pycontrol.pycontrol as pc
        
        #Setup connection
        host = 'x.x.x.x'
uname = 'admin'
upass = 'admin'
        
        b = pc.BIGIP(
                 hostname = host, 
                 username   = uname, 
                 password   = upass, 
 fromurl = True,
                 wsdls = ['LocalLB.Pool']
                )

        p  = b.LocalLB.Pool

        print "Fetching pool info...\n"
        show_all_pools_status(p)

print "Fetching pool X info...\n"
show_pool_status(p, [''])
Comments
reidhuang_29159
Nimbostratus
Nimbostratus

Great 🙂

 

Version history
Last update:
‎09-Mar-2015 13:23
Updated by:
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