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any way get ltm pool member configuration with single rest api request instead of one by one

is there any way to get pool member configuration with single rest api request instead of one by one ,or if there any batch request of pool member configuration

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Hello caulfiedd spurred.

 

The next SDK command is equivalent to this REST query

pools = session.tm.ltm.pools.get_collection() #REST query --> https:// <F5_mgmt_IP>/mgmt/tm/ltm/pool

If you check the REST query manually, you will see that the output is next:

{ "kind": "tm:ltm:pool:poolcollectionstate", "selfLink": "https://localhost/mgmt/tm/ltm/pool?ver\u003d12.1.5", "items": [ { "kind": "tm:ltm:pool:poolstate", "name": "P-AKIRA_80", "partition": "Common", "fullPath": "/Common/P-AKIRA_80", "generation": 293, "selfLink": "https://localhost/mgmt/tm/ltm/pool/~Common~P-AKIRA_80?ver\u003d12.1.5", "allowNat": "yes", "allowSnat": "yes", "ignorePersistedWeight": "disabled", "ipTosToClient": "pass-through", "ipTosToServer": "pass-through", "linkQosToClient": "pass-through", "linkQosToServer": "pass-through", "loadBalancingMode": "round-robin", "minActiveMembers": 0, "minUpMembers": 0, "minUpMembersAction": "failover", "minUpMembersChecking": "disabled", "monitor": "/Common/gateway_icmp", "queueDepthLimit": 0, "queueOnConnectionLimit": "disabled", "queueTimeLimit": 0, "reselectTries": 0, "serviceDownAction": "none", "slowRampTime": 10, "membersReference": { "link": "https://localhost/mgmt/tm/ltm/pool/~Common~P-AKIRA_80/members?ver\u003d12.1.5", "isSubcollection": true } }, ...<REST OF POOL INSTANCES> }

As you can see above, you are collecting the whole information of the pool configuration, but not about the pool members, which is a subcollection and it should be gathered individualy

"membersReference": { "link": "https://localhost/mgmt/tm/ltm/pool/~Common~P-AKIRA_80/members?ver\u003d12.1.5", "isSubcollection": true }

If you want to know more about the pool members, you should query them using this next code (in the comment I show you the underlying REST query)

for pool in pools: print("Pool: {}".format(pool.name)) for member in pool.members_s.get_collection(): #REST query --> https:// <F5_mgmt_IP>/mgmt/tm/ltm/pool/<pool_name>/members print("Member: {}".format(member.name))

Let me know if this is helpful.

 

KR,

Dario.

Regards,
Dario.

ldesfosses
Cirrus
Cirrus

I don't know in python, but with the Java SDK, there is a method to get the members of an array of pools :

String pool[]=new String[20] ; //Your array of pool here   CommonAddressPort PoolMember[][]==icInterfaces.getLocalLBPool().get_member_v2(pool) ;

So maybe there is something similar in python.