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Service Task Count

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Service Task Count

Verify service task count
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Service Task Count

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Verify service task count
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Service Task Count

Verify service task count
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Targets:

ECS Service

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Introduction

Checks if the count of running tasks in a service is matching your expectation.

It compares the count of running tasks in a service with the desired count. It, therefore, assumes that the specified mode (see below) becomes true within the specified timeout.

Use Cases

  • Check if the running count is equal to the desired count
  • Check if the running count is below the desired count
  • Check if there is at least one running task
  • Check if the running count increases
  • Check if the running count decreased

Parameters

ParameterDescriptionDefault
TimeoutHow long should the check wait for the configured condition to become true?10s
Service task countHow should the running service task count change? (See values below)

Service Task Count

You can use the service task count check in one of the following modes:

  • running count = desired count: Can be used to assure that the amount of desired tasks is equal to the actual running tasks in a service. Helpful to check e.g. after an attack whether tasks are recovering.
  • running count > 0: To assure that at least one task is available in a service to handle load.
  • running count < desired count: To make sure that tasks in a service matching the check's query are below the specified running count. This can be helpful in case you want to verify that attacks lead to restarts of tasks.
  • running count increases: Check if the running task count in a service increases compared to the actual number of running tasks when you started the action.
  • running count decreases: Check if the running task count decreases compared to the actual number of running tasks when you started the action.
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Homepage
hub.steadybit.com/extension/com.steadybit.extension_aws
License
MIT
MaintainerSteadybit

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