» Serf Reachability
reachability command performs a basic network reachability test.
The local node will gossip out a "ping" message and request that all other
nodes acknowledge delivery of the message.
This can be used to troubleshoot configurations or network issues, since nodes that are detected as having failed may respond, indicating false-failure detection, or live nodes may fail to respond, indicating networking issues.
In general, the following troubleshooting tips are recommended:
- Ensure that the bind addr:port is accessible by all other nodes
- If an advertise address is set, ensure it routes to the bind address
- Check that no nodes are behind a NAT
- If nodes are behind firewalls or iptables, check that Serf traffic is permitted (UDP and TCP)
- Verify networking equipment is functional
serf reachability [options]
The following command-line options are available for this command. Every option is optional:
-rpc-addr- Address to the RPC server of the agent you want to contact to send this command. If this isn't specified, the command will contact "127.0.0.1:7373" which is the default RPC address of a Serf agent. This option can also be controlled using the
-rpc-auth- Optional RPC auth token. If the agent is configured to use an auth token, then this must be provided or the agent will refuse the command. This option can also be controlled using the
-verbose- Enables verbose output