On 12/7/09, Holger Just <web#meine-er.de> wrote:
> On 07.12.09 20:49, Israel Garcia wrote:
>> A simple question, is there any web interface to administer haproxy via
> A simple answer: Nope, at least no free one I have heard of. Maybe you
> could find something from loadbalancer.org
> However, I am currently looking into developing a simple twisted and/or
> django based REST-webservice to manage some aspects of Haproxy.
That's very interesting.. I'll take a look at this... I'll keep you posted..
> Currently, I am planning the following features:
> * Create and edit a complete configuration by using something like
> haproxy-config (http://github.com/finnlabs/haproxy)
> * Add, edit and remove complete sections
> * Allow member servers of backends and listeners to be added and
> * Use the stats-socket to interface directly with Haproxy
> * Set the weight of individual backend servers (for Haproxy 1.4)
> * Provide a (readonly) webservice API to the various Haproxy stats
> Optionally: Provide a callback interface to perform certain used defined
> actions based on state changes of ressources by providing callbacks to
> which user code can register itself. This interface could be called from
> something like syslog-ng in nearly realtime.
> I plan on hacking on it during the evenings / nights of the upcomming
> 26c3. So if you have any ideas, feel free to provide them here.
thanks in advance
-- Regards; Israel GarciaReceived on 2009/12/08 03:58
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