Provided by: hatop_0.7.7-1_all
HATop - interactive ncurses client for haproxy
hatop -s SOCKET [OPTIONS]
HATop is an interactive ncurses client and real-time monitoring, statistics displaying tool for the HAProxy TCP/HTTP load balancer. HATop's appearance is similar to top(1). It supports various modes for detailed statistics of all configured proxies and services in near realtime. In addition, it features an interactive CLI for the haproxy unix socket. This allows administrators to control the given haproxy instance (change server weight, put servers into maintenance mode, ...) directly out of hatop (using keybinds or the CLI) and monitor the results immediately. HATop uses a unix domain socket to communicate with HAProxy. This can be configured in the HAProxy configuration using the "stats socket" option. To enable all of HATop's features the "level" parameter of this option should be set to "admin".
--version show version number and exit -h, --help show help message and exit -s SOCKET, --unix-socket=SOCKET path to the haproxy stats socket -i INTERVAL, --update-interval=INTERVAL update interval in seconds (1-30, default: 3) -m MODE, --mode=MODE start in specific mode (1-5, default: 1) -n, --read-only disable the cli and query for stats only The following filter options may be given multiple times: -f FILTER, --filter=FILTER stat filter in format "<iid> <type> <sid>" -p PROXY, --proxy=PROXY proxy filter in format "<pxname>"
Hh? Display help screen Qq Quit TAB Cycle mode forwards S-TAB Cycle mode backwards ESC-n Switch to mode n, where n is the numeric mode id ESC Jump to previous mode ENTER Display hotkey menu for selected service SPACE Copy and paste selected service identifier to the CLI UP / DOWN / PGUP / PGDOWN / HOME / END Scroll the stat views to select a given service
F4 Restore initial server weight F5 Decrease server weight: - 10 F6 Decrease server weight: - 1 F7 Increase server weight: + 1 F8 Increase server weight: + 10 F9 Enable server (return from maintenance mode) F10 Disable server (put into maintenance mode)
haproxy(1) A much better documentation can be found online: http://feurix.org/projects/hatop/
HATop and this man page was written by John Feuerstein. 19 August 2010 HATOP(1)