show sync equilibrium statuscommand to the JUNOS user interface.
The command takes two parameters: the service set name and the application name. If you specify an application name, you must also specify the service-set name; however, you can specify the parameters in any order.
Sample command output is as follows:
router>show sync equilibrium status service-set ss-name application app-name For application app-name within service set ss-name Application servers' status: 126.96.36.199 is up 188.8.131.52 is up 184.108.40.206 is down 220.127.116.11 is up Current number of cached sessions is 10000.
If you omit the application name, the system reports status for all the applications in the service set; if you also omit the service-set name, the system reports status for all applications in all service sets.
The DDL and ODL definitions for the new command are in the files:
For more information about using DDL and ODL to create a user interface, see Creating a User Interface with DDL and ODL.
Configuring the Application