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Creating load balancing rules

Do the following:

  1. Open the QMC: https://<QPS server name>/qmc

  2. Select Load balancing rules on the QMC start page or from the Start Arrow down drop-down menu.

  3. Click Create new Create new in the action bar.

    A split page is displayed, with the editing pane to the left (with all the properties) and the audit page to the right.

  4. Under Identification, in the Create rule from template drop-down list, select the resource type to create a rule for.

    Tip noteIn the Basic section, next to the Resource filter text box, you can click the arrow to open a popover where you can select multiple resources for the filter.


    Load balancing the opening of apps between nodes

  5. Under Identification, give the rule a name and a description.

  6. Select Disabled if you do not want to enable the rule at this time.

  7. In the Basic view, select the type of actions you want to create a rule for.

  8. Select a resource condition in the drop-down lists.

    For example, selecting the resource condition name and setting name = MyApp, means that the rule applies to the app named MyApp while setting name = MyApp*, will apply the rule to all apps with names beginning with MyApp.

    Information noteWhen using multiple conditions, you can group two conditions by clicking Group. After the conditions have been grouped, you have the option Ungroup. Additional subgrouping options are Split and Join. The default operator between conditions is OR. You can change this in the operator drop-down list. Multiple conditions are grouped so that AND is superior to OR.
    Information noteChanging the Create rule from template selection automatically clears all Actions, and changes the Conditions text box in the Advanced section accordingly.
  9. Click Preview to view the access rights of your rule in the currently defined audit grid.

  10. Click Apply to create and save the rule.

    Successfully added is displayed at the bottom of the page.

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