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A dumb question on iRule Order in Network Map

Hello Folks,

One my customer asked my quite ineffectual question. As per the following snapshot, can anyone tell me why a single iRule displays in after "192.168.2.233:7779" pool member and rest of iRules are showing at the bottom?

Does the order indicates something? This isn't a unique VS by the way, there are others which shows most of the iRules at the bottom, but one or two comes in mid.

Any clues?

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Comment made 06-Oct-2014 by nathan 7337
swo0sh.gt - can't recreate in my version of TMOS so here' my guess.... Is it that website_rewrite irule is calling pool_website_OHS pool and the others are not using the "pool" command? Like i said, just a guess
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Comment made 06-Oct-2014 by Mohamed Lrhazi 398
It's not a dumb question. Should open a case and ask F5 to document the meaning of the order/display of iRules in the map.
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Hello Nathan,

No, the rewrite iRule doesn't say anything about any pools. It is just rewriting the content from web servers before submitting it to the client.

Thanks, Darshan

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USER ACCEPTED ANSWER & F5 ACCEPTED ANSWER

Did the OP ever get an answer to this? I have the same (intelligent) question :) I just added an iRule to all our VS's and they seem to show in random order in the network map.

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Hi, @F5 do you have any updates on this question?

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Comment made 11-Aug-2017 by boneyard 5621

wait for another day, if no one replies just open a support ticket.

as suggested it might just be random.

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USER ACCEPTED ANSWER & F5 ACCEPTED ANSWER

I'm a bit late to the game on this one but I have the same question.

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Comment made 05-Dec-2017 by boneyard 5621

kinda echoing my earlier reply

wait for another day, if no one replies just open a support ticket.

as suggested it might just be random.

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