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GCLOUD_COMPUTE_HTTPS-HEALTH-GeneraGCCommandsUTE_HTTPS-HEALTH-CHECKS_CREATE(1)

NAME
       gcloud  compute	https-health-checks  create  -	create an HTTPS	health
	      check to monitor load balanced instances

SYNOPSIS
       gcloud  compute	 https-health-checks   create	NAME   [--check-inter-
	      val CHECK_INTERVAL; default="5s"]	   [--description DESCRIPTION]
	      [--healthy-threshold HEALTHY_THRESHOLD; default="2"]
	      [--host HOST]  [--port PORT; default="443"]  [--request-path RE-
	      QUEST_PATH; default="/"]	     [--timeout	TIMEOUT; default="5s"]
	      [--unhealthy-threshold UNHEALTHY_THRESHOLD; default="2"]
	      [GLOBAL-FLAG ...]

DESCRIPTION
       gcloud compute https-health-checks create is used to  create  an	 HTTPS
       health  check. HTTPS health checks monitor instances in a load balancer
       controlled by a target pool. All	arguments to the command are  optional
       except  for  the	name of	the health check. For more information on load
       balancing,    see    https://cloud.google.com/compute/docs/load-balanc-
       ing-and-autoscaling/.

POSITIONAL ARGUMENTS
       NAME
	 The name of the HTTPS health check.

FLAGS
       --check-interval	CHECK_INTERVAL;	default="5s"
	 How  often  to	 perform  a health check for an	instance. For example,
	 specifying 10s	will run the check every 10 seconds. Valid  units  for
	 this  flag  are  ``s''	for seconds and	``m'' for minutes. The default
	 value is 5s.

       --description DESCRIPTION
	 An optional, textual description for the HTTPS	health check.

       --healthy-threshold HEALTHY_THRESHOLD; default="2"
	 The number of consecutive successful  health  checks  before  an  un-
	 healthy instance is marked as healthy.	The default is 2.

       --host HOST
	 The value of the host header used in this HTTPS health	check request.
	 By default, this is empty and	Google	Compute	 Engine	 automatically
	 sets  the  host header	in health requests to the same external	IP ad-
	 dress as the forwarding rule associated with the target pool.

       --port PORT; default="443"
	 The TCP port number that this	health	check  monitors.  The  default
	 value is 443.

       --request-path REQUEST_PATH; default="/"
	 The  request  path  that  this	 health	 check	monitors. For example,
	 /healthcheck. The default value is ``/''.

       --timeout TIMEOUT; default="5s"
	 If Google Compute Engine doesn't receive an HTTPS 200	response  from
	 the  instance	by  the	 time specified	by the value of	this flag, the
	 health	check request is considered a failure. For example, specifying
	 10s  will  cause  the check to	wait for 10 seconds before considering
	 the request a failure.	Valid units for	this flag are ``s''  for  sec-
	 onds and ``m''	for minutes. The default value is 5s.

       --unhealthy-threshold UNHEALTHY_THRESHOLD; default="2"
	 The  number of	consecutive health check failures before a healthy in-
	 stance	is marked as unhealthy.	The default is 2.

GLOBAL FLAGS
       Run $ gcloud help for a description of flags available to all commands.

				  GCLOUD_COMPUTE_HTTPS-HEALTH-CHECKS_CREATE(1)

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