servers

GET

Retrieves properties of all servers across all CDNs.

Auth. Required

Yes

Roles Required

None

Response Type

Array

Request Structure

Table 222 Request Query Parameters

Name

Required

Description

cachegroup

no

Return only those servers within the Cache Group that has this ID

cachegroupName

no

Return only those servers within the Cache Group that has this Name

dsId

no

Return only those servers assigned to the Delivery Service identified by this integral, unique identifier. If the Delivery Service has a Topology assigned to it, the servers endpoint will return each server whose Cache Group is associated with a Topology Node of that Topology and has the Server Capabilities that are required by the Delivery Service but excluding Origin Servers that are not assigned to the Delivery Service. For more information, see Configure Multi-Site Origin.

hostName

no

Return only those servers that have this (short) hostname

id

no

Return only the server with this integral, unique identifier

profileId

no

Return only those servers that are using the Profile that has this ID

status

no

Return only those servers with this status - see Health Protocol

type

no

Return only servers of this Type

topology

no

Return only servers who belong to cachegroups assigned to the Topology identified by this name

sortOrder

no

Changes the order of sorting. Either ascending (default or “asc”) or descending (“desc”)

limit

no

Choose the maximum number of results to return

offset

no

The number of results to skip before beginning to return results. Must use in conjunction with limit

page

no

Return the nth page of results, where “n” is the value of this parameter, pages are limit long and the first page is 1. If offset was defined, this query parameter has no effect. limit must be defined to make use of page.

#511 Request Example
GET /api/3.0/servers?hostName=mid HTTP/1.1
Host: trafficops.infra.ciab.test
User-Agent: curl/7.47.0
Accept: */*
Cookie: mojolicious=...

Response Structure

cachegroup

A string that is the name of the Cache Group to which the server belongs

cachegroupId

An integer that is the ID of the Cache Group to which the server belongs

cdnId

The integral, unique identifier of the CDN to which the server belongs

cdnName

Name of the CDN to which the server belongs

domainName

The domain part of the server’s FQDN

guid

An identifier used to uniquely identify the server

Note

This is a legacy key which only still exists for compatibility reasons - it should always be null

hostName

The (short) hostname of the server

httpsPort

The port on which the server listens for incoming HTTPS connections/requests

id

An integral, unique identifier for this server

iloIpAddress

The IPv4 address of the server’s ILO service1

iloIpGateway

The IPv4 gateway address of the server’s ILO service1

iloIpNetmask

The IPv4 subnet mask of the server’s ILO service1

iloPassword

The password of the of the server’s ILO service user1 - displays as simply ****** if the currently logged-in user does not have the ‘admin’ or ‘operations’ Role(s)

iloUsername

The user name for the server’s ILO service1

interfaces

A set of the network interfaces in use by the server. In most scenarios, only one will be present, but it is illegal for this set to be an empty collection.

ipAddresses

A set of objects representing IP Addresses assigned to this network interface. In most scenarios, only one or two (usually one IPv4 address and one IPv6 address) will be present, but it is illegal for this set to be an empty collection.

address

The actual IP address, including any mask as a CIDR-notation suffix

gateway

Either the IP address of the network gateway for this address, or null to signify that no such gateway exists

serviceAddress

A boolean that describes whether or not the server’s main service is available at this IP address. When this property is true, the IP address is referred to as a “service address”. It is illegal for a server to not have at least one service address. It is also illegal for a server to have more than one service address of the same address family (i.e. more than one IPv4 service address and/or more than one IPv6 address). Finally, all service addresses for a server must be contained within one interface - which is therefore sometimes referred to as the “service interface” for the server.

maxBandwidth

The maximum healthy bandwidth allowed for this interface. If bandwidth exceeds this limit, Traffic Monitors will consider the entire server unhealthy - which includes all configured network interfaces. If this is null, it has the meaning “no limit”. It has no effect if monitor is not true for this interface.

See also

Health Protocol

monitor

A boolean which describes whether or not this interface should be monitored by Traffic Monitor for statistics and health consideration.

mtu

The MTU of this interface. If it is null, it may be assumed that the information is either not available or not applicable for this interface.

name

The name of the interface. No two interfaces of the same server may share a name. It is the same as the network interface’s device name on the server, e.g. eth0.

lastUpdated

The date and time at which this server description was last modified

mgmtIpAddress

The IPv4 address of some network interface on the server used for ‘management’

Deprecated since version 3.0: This field is deprecated and will be removed in a future API version. Operators should migrate this data into the interfaces property of the server.

mgmtIpGateway

The IPv4 address of a gateway used by some network interface on the server used for ‘management’

Deprecated since version 3.0: This field is deprecated and will be removed in a future API version. Operators should migrate this data into the interfaces property of the server.

mgmtIpNetmask

The IPv4 subnet mask used by some network interface on the server used for ‘management’

Deprecated since version 3.0: This field is deprecated and will be removed in a future API version. Operators should migrate this data into the interfaces property of the server.

offlineReason

A user-entered reason why the server is in ADMIN_DOWN or OFFLINE status

physLocation

The name of the physical location where the server resides

physLocationId

An integral, unique identifier for the physical location where the server resides

profile

The Name of the Profile used by this server

profileDesc

A Description of the Profile used by this server

profileId

The ID the Profile used by this server

revalPending

A boolean value which, if true indicates that this server has pending content invalidation/revalidation

rack

A string indicating “server rack” location

routerHostName

The human-readable name of the router responsible for reaching this server

routerPortName

The human-readable name of the port used by the router responsible for reaching this server

status

The Status of the server

See also

Health Protocol

statusId

The integral, unique identifier of the status of this server

See also

Health Protocol

tcpPort

The port on which this server listens for incoming TCP connections

Note

This is typically thought of as synonymous with “HTTP port”, as the port specified by httpsPort may also be used for incoming TCP connections.

type

The name of the Type of this server

typeId

The integral, unique identifier of the ‘type’ of this server

updPending

A boolean value which, if true, indicates that the server has updates of some kind pending, typically to be acted upon by Traffic Control Cache Config (t3c, formerly ORT)

xmppId

A system-generated UUID used to generate a server hashId for use in Traffic Router’s consistent hashing algorithm. This value is set when a server is created and cannot be changed afterwards.

xmppPasswd

The password used in XMPP communications with the server

#512 Response Example
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Encoding: gzip
Content-Type: application/json
Set-Cookie: mojolicious=...; Path=/; Expires=Tue, 19 May 2020 17:06:25 GMT; Max-Age=3600; HttpOnly
Vary: Accept-Encoding
X-Server-Name: traffic_ops_golang/
Date: Tue, 19 May 2020 16:06:25 GMT
Content-Length: 538

{ "response": [{
    "cachegroup": "CDN_in_a_Box_Mid",
    "cachegroupId": 6,
    "cdnId": 2,
    "cdnName": "CDN-in-a-Box",
    "domainName": "infra.ciab.test",
    "guid": null,
    "hostName": "mid",
    "httpsPort": 443,
    "id": 12,
    "iloIpAddress": "",
    "iloIpGateway": "",
    "iloIpNetmask": "",
    "iloPassword": "",
    "iloUsername": "",
    "lastUpdated": "2020-05-19 14:49:39+00",
    "mgmtIpAddress": "",
    "mgmtIpGateway": "",
    "mgmtIpNetmask": "",
    "offlineReason": "",
    "physLocation": "Apachecon North America 2018",
    "physLocationId": 1,
    "profile": "ATS_MID_TIER_CACHE",
    "profileDesc": "Mid Cache - Apache Traffic Server",
    "profileId": 10,
    "rack": "",
    "revalPending": false,
    "routerHostName": "",
    "routerPortName": "",
    "status": "REPORTED",
    "statusId": 3,
    "tcpPort": 80,
    "type": "MID",
    "typeId": 12,
    "updPending": false,
    "xmppId": "",
    "xmppPasswd": "",
    "interfaces": [
        {
            "ipAddresses": [
                {
                    "address": "172.26.0.4/16",
                    "gateway": "172.26.0.1",
                    "serviceAddress": true
                }
            ],
            "maxBandwidth": null,
            "monitor": false,
            "mtu": 1500,
            "name": "eth0"
        }
    ]
}],
"summary": {
    "count": 13
}}

Summary Fields

The summary object returned by this method of this endpoint uses only the count standard property.

POST

Allows a user to create a new server.

Auth. Required

Yes

Roles Required

“admin” or “operations”

Response Type

Object

Request Structure

cachegroupId

An integer that is the ID of the Cache Group to which the server shall belong

cdnId

The integral, unique identifier of the CDN to which the server shall belong

domainName

The domain part of the server’s FQDN

hostName

The (short) hostname of the server

httpsPort

An optional port number on which the server listens for incoming HTTPS connections/requests

iloIpAddress

An optional IPv4 address of the server’s ILO service1

iloIpGateway

An optional IPv4 gateway address of the server’s ILO service1

iloIpNetmask

An optional IPv4 subnet mask of the server’s ILO service1

iloPassword

An optional string containing the password of the of the server’s ILO service user1 - displays as simply ****** if the currently logged-in user does not have the ‘admin’ or ‘operations’ Role(s)

iloUsername

An optional string containing the user name for the server’s ILO service1

interfaces

A set of the network interfaces in use by the server. In most scenarios, only one will be necessary, but it is illegal for this set to be an empty collection.

ipAddresses

A set of objects representing IP Addresses assigned to this network interface. In most scenarios, only one or two (usually one IPv4 address and one IPv6 address) will be necessary, but it is illegal for this set to be an empty collection.

address

The actual IP address, including any mask as a CIDR-notation suffix

gateway

Either the IP address of the network gateway for this address, or null to signify that no such gateway exists

serviceAddress

A boolean that describes whether or not the server’s main service is available at this IP address. When this property is true, the IP address is referred to as a “service address”. It is illegal for a server to not have at least one service address. It is also illegal for a server to have more than one service address of the same address family (i.e. more than one IPv4 service address and/or more than one IPv6 address). Finally, all service addresses for a server must be contained within one interface - which is therefore sometimes referred to as the “service interface” for the server.

maxBandwidth

The maximum healthy bandwidth allowed for this interface. If bandwidth exceeds this limit, Traffic Monitors will consider the entire server unhealthy - which includes all configured network interfaces. If this is null, it has the meaning “no limit”. It has no effect if monitor is not true for this interface.

See also

Health Protocol

monitor

A boolean which describes whether or not this interface should be monitored by Traffic Monitor for statistics and health consideration.

mtu

The MTU of this interface. If it is null, it may be assumed that the information is either not available or not applicable for this interface. This unsigned integer may not be less than 1280.

name

The name of the interface. No two interfaces of the same server may share a name. It is the same as the network interface’s device name on the server, e.g. eth0.

mgmtIpAddress

The IPv4 address of some network interface on the server used for ‘management’

Deprecated since version 3.0: This field is deprecated and will be removed in a future API version. Operators should migrate this data into the interfaces property of the server.

mgmtIpGateway

The IPv4 address of a gateway used by some network interface on the server used for ‘management’

Deprecated since version 3.0: This field is deprecated and will be removed in a future API version. Operators should migrate this data into the interfaces property of the server.

mgmtIpNetmask

The IPv4 subnet mask used by some network interface on the server used for ‘management’

Deprecated since version 3.0: This field is deprecated and will be removed in a future API version. Operators should migrate this data into the interfaces property of the server.

physLocationId

An integral, unique identifier for the physical location where the server resides

profileId

The ID the Profile that shall be used by this server

revalPending

A boolean value which, if true indicates that this server has pending content invalidation/revalidation

rack

An optional string indicating “server rack” location

routerHostName

An optional string containing the human-readable name of the router responsible for reaching this server

routerPortName

An optional string containing the human-readable name of the port used by the router responsible for reaching this server

statusId

The integral, unique identifier of the status of this server

See also

Health Protocol

tcpPort

An optional port number on which this server listens for incoming TCP connections

Note

This is typically thought of as synonymous with “HTTP port”, as the port specified by httpsPort may also be used for incoming TCP connections.

typeId

The integral, unique identifier of the ‘type’ of this server

updPending

A boolean value which, if true, indicates that the server has updates of some kind pending, typically to be acted upon by Traffic Control Cache Config (T3C, formerly ORT)

xmppId

A system-generated UUID used to generate a server hashId for use in Traffic Router’s consistent hashing algorithm. This value is set when a server is created and cannot be changed afterwards.

xmppPasswd

An optional password used in XMPP communications with the server

#513 Request Example
POST /api/3.0/servers HTTP/1.1
Host: trafficops.infra.ciab.test
User-Agent: curl/7.47.0
Accept: */*
Cookie: mojolicious=...
Content-Length: 599
Content-Type: application/json

{
    "cachegroupId": 6,
    "cdnId": 2,
    "domainName": "infra.ciab.test",
    "hostName": "test",
    "httpsPort": 443,
    "iloIpAddress": "",
    "iloIpGateway": "",
    "iloIpNetmask": "",
    "iloPassword": "",
    "iloUsername": "",
    "interfaces": [
        {
            "ipAddresses": [
                {
                    "address": "::1",
                    "gateway": "::2",
                    "serviceAddress": true
                },
                {
                    "address": "0.0.0.1/24",
                    "gateway": "0.0.0.2",
                    "serviceAddress": true
                }
            ],
            "maxBandwidth": null,
            "monitor": true,
            "mtu": 1500,
            "name": "eth0"
        }
    ],
    "interfaceMtu": 1500,
    "interfaceName": "eth0",
    "ip6Address": "::1",
    "ip6Gateway": "::2",
    "ipAddress": "0.0.0.1",
    "ipGateway": "0.0.0.2",
    "ipNetmask": "255.255.255.0",
    "mgmtIpAddress": "",
    "mgmtIpGateway": "",
    "mgmtIpNetmask": "",
    "offlineReason": "",
    "physLocationId": 1,
    "profileId": 10,
    "routerHostName": "",
    "routerPortName": "",
    "statusId": 3,
    "tcpPort": 80,
    "typeId": 12,
    "updPending": false
}

Response Structure

cachegroup

A string that is the name of the Cache Group to which the server belongs

cachegroupId

An integer that is the ID of the Cache Group to which the server belongs

cdnId

The integral, unique identifier of the CDN to which the server belongs

cdnName

Name of the CDN to which the server belongs

domainName

The domain part of the server’s FQDN

guid

An identifier used to uniquely identify the server

Note

This is a legacy key which only still exists for compatibility reasons - it should always be null

hostName

The (short) hostname of the server

httpsPort

The port on which the server listens for incoming HTTPS connections/requests

id

An integral, unique identifier for this server

iloIpAddress

The IPv4 address of the server’s ILO service1

iloIpGateway

The IPv4 gateway address of the server’s ILO service1

iloIpNetmask

The IPv4 subnet mask of the server’s ILO service1

iloPassword

The password of the of the server’s ILO service user1 - displays as simply ****** if the currently logged-in user does not have the ‘admin’ or ‘operations’ Role(s) <Role>

iloUsername

The user name for the server’s ILO service1

interfaces

A set of the network interfaces in use by the server. In most scenarios, only one will be present, but it is illegal for this set to be an empty collection.

ipAddresses

A set of objects representing IP Addresses assigned to this network interface. In most scenarios, only one or two (usually one IPv4 address and one IPv6 address) will be present, but it is illegal for this set to be an empty collection.

address

The actual IP address, including any mask as a CIDR-notation suffix

gateway

Either the IP address of the network gateway for this address, or null to signify that no such gateway exists

serviceAddress

A boolean that describes whether or not the server’s main service is available at this IP address. When this property is true, the IP address is referred to as a “service address”. It is illegal for a server to not have at least one service address. It is also illegal for a server to have more than one service address of the same address family (i.e. more than one IPv4 service address and/or more than one IPv6 address). Finally, all service addresses for a server must be contained within one interface - which is therefore sometimes referred to as the “service interface” for the server.

maxBandwidth

The maximum healthy bandwidth allowed for this interface. If bandwidth exceeds this limit, Traffic Monitors will consider the entire server unhealthy - which includes all configured network interfaces. If this is null, it has the meaning “no limit”. It has no effect if monitor is not true for this interface.

See also

Health Protocol

monitor

A boolean which describes whether or not this interface should be monitored by Traffic Monitor for statistics and health consideration.

mtu

The MTU of this interface. If it is null, it may be assumed that the information is either not available or not applicable for this interface.

name

The name of the interface. No two interfaces of the same server may share a name. It is the same as the network interface’s device name on the server, e.g. eth0.

lastUpdated

The date and time at which this server description was last modified

mgmtIpAddress

The IPv4 address of some network interface on the server used for ‘management’

Deprecated since version 3.0: This field is deprecated and will be removed in a future API version. Operators should migrate this data into the interfaces property of the server.

mgmtIpGateway

The IPv4 address of a gateway used by some network interface on the server used for ‘management’

Deprecated since version 3.0: This field is deprecated and will be removed in a future API version. Operators should migrate this data into the interfaces property of the server.

mgmtIpNetmask

The IPv4 subnet mask used by some network interface on the server used for ‘management’

Deprecated since version 3.0: This field is deprecated and will be removed in a future API version. Operators should migrate this data into the interfaces property of the server.

offlineReason

A user-entered reason why the server is in ADMIN_DOWN or OFFLINE status

physLocation

The name of the Physical Location where the server resides

physLocationId

An integral, unique identifier for the Physical Location where the server resides

profile

The Name of the Profile used by this server

profileDesc

A Description of the Profile used by this server

profileId

The ID the Profile used by this server

revalPending

A boolean value which, if true indicates that this server has pending content invalidation/revalidation

rack

A string indicating “server rack” location

routerHostName

The human-readable name of the router responsible for reaching this server

routerPortName

The human-readable name of the port used by the router responsible for reaching this server

status

The status of the server

See also

Health Protocol

statusId

The integral, unique identifier of the status of this server

See also

Health Protocol

tcpPort

The port on which this server listens for incoming TCP connections

Note

This is typically thought of as synonymous with “HTTP port”, as the port specified by httpsPort may also be used for incoming TCP connections.

type

The name of the ‘type’ of this server

typeId

The integral, unique identifier of the ‘type’ of this server

updPending

A boolean value which, if true, indicates that the server has updates of some kind pending, typically to be acted upon by Traffic Control Cache Config (T3C, formerly ORT)

xmppId

A system-generated UUID used to generate a server hashId for use in Traffic Router’s consistent hashing algorithm. This value is set when a server is created and cannot be changed afterwards.

xmppPasswd

The password used in XMPP communications with the server

#514 Response Example
HTTP/1.1 201 Created
Content-Encoding: gzip
Content-Type: application/json
Set-Cookie: mojolicious=...; Path=/; Expires=Tue, 19 May 2020 17:34:40 GMT; Max-Age=3600; HttpOnly
Vary: Accept-Encoding
X-Server-Name: traffic_ops_golang/
Date: Tue, 19 May 2020 16:34:40 GMT
Content-Length: 562

{ "alerts": [
    {
        "text": "Server created",
        "level": "success"
    }
],
"response": {
    "cachegroup": "CDN_in_a_Box_Mid",
    "cachegroupId": 6,
    "cdnId": 2,
    "cdnName": "CDN-in-a-Box",
    "domainName": "infra.ciab.test",
    "guid": null,
    "hostName": "test",
    "httpsPort": 443,
    "id": 14,
    "iloIpAddress": "",
    "iloIpGateway": "",
    "iloIpNetmask": "",
    "iloPassword": "",
    "iloUsername": "",
    "lastUpdated": "2020-05-19 16:34:40+00",
    "mgmtIpAddress": "",
    "mgmtIpGateway": "",
    "mgmtIpNetmask": "",
    "offlineReason": "",
    "physLocation": "Apachecon North America 2018",
    "physLocationId": 1,
    "profile": "ATS_MID_TIER_CACHE",
    "profileDesc": "Mid Cache - Apache Traffic Server",
    "profileId": 10,
    "rack": null,
    "revalPending": false,
    "routerHostName": "",
    "routerPortName": "",
    "status": "REPORTED",
    "statusId": 3,
    "tcpPort": 80,
    "type": "MID",
    "typeId": 12,
    "updPending": false,
    "xmppId": null,
    "xmppPasswd": null,
    "interfaces": [
        {
            "ipAddresses": [
                {
                    "address": "::1",
                    "gateway": "::2",
                    "serviceAddress": true
                },
                {
                    "address": "0.0.0.1/24",
                    "gateway": "0.0.0.2",
                    "serviceAddress": true
                }
            ],
            "maxBandwidth": null,
            "monitor": true,
            "mtu": 1500,
            "name": "eth0"
        }
    ]
}}
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For more information see the Wikipedia page on Lights-Out management.