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Add pool member state diable using bigpipe command v9.3.1

Hi guys.

recently I have a customer using v9.3.1 and I have to add pool member.

I tried to install 9.3.1 on bigip 1600 but I failed all.

So I test on 9.4.8 on bigip 1600

using below command are well work.

b pool test { monitor all tcp } -> work b pool test member 10.10.10.10:80 add -> work b pool test member 10.10.10.10:80 { session disable } -> work b pool test member 10.10.10.11:80 { session disable } add -> work

I`m afraid of these command would be work on 9.3.1

current v9.3.1 is out of support.

does anyone know some information?

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b pool test { monitor all tcp } -> work 
b pool test member 10.10.10.10:80 add -> work 
b pool test member 10.10.10.10:80 { session disable } -> work 
b pool test member 10.10.10.11:80 { session disable } add -> work

I would expect those commands to work in the bigpipe shell on v9.3.1, but I would verify that your pool has two members when you're finished. I suspect (but may not be correct, it's been a really long time) that you'll only have the 10.10.10.11:80 pool member.

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Comment made 27-Aug-2018 by swjo 311

Hi rob_carr.

thanks for you advice.

I observe without 'add' configuration override.

:)

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Hi,

In fact t v9.3.1 is out of support. And I checked on F5 docs without success.

Why you don't upgrade, when you check "The BIG-IP release matrix" you can see that 1600 support 12.1.2.

I advise you to upgrade in order to use tmsh that are documented and supported.

is there a reason you do not want to upgrade. we can help you for that if you wish.

Regards,

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Comment made 26-Aug-2018 by swjo 311

Hi

I'm field supporter. not a client.

I already knew upgrade is the best way.

but this device is standalone and just a week ago, I got support request mail. and have not enough time to upgeade.

thanks for you advice.

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Here's few b commands I had saved once,

b pool list --> tmsh list /ltm pool 
b pool mypool member 192.168.0.1:80 add --> tmsh modify /ltm pool mypool members add { 192.168.0.1:80 } 
b pool mypool member 10.10.10.10:80 down --> (10.2.4) tmsh modify ltm pool mypool members modify { 10.10.10.10:80 { state down } } | (v11.x) tmsh modify ltm pool mypool members modify { 10.10.10.10:80 { state user-down } }  
b pool show --> tmsh show /ltm pool members 

When I used 9.x, i used to follow the below method, single quotes, give your inputs and run it, it will get appended.

b pool pool_name'{
   monitor all pool_dummy
   members 
      10.10.10.10:80 { session user disabled }
}'
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Comment made 27-Aug-2018 by swjo 311

Hi jaikumar.

thanks for your advice

:)

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