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enable frontend

Re-enable a frontend that was stopped with the disable frontend command.

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Use the enable frontend command to begin routing traffic to a frontend that had been disabled previously.

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  1. To restart this frontend:

    haproxy
    frontend www
    bind *:80
    default_backend servers
    backend servers
    server s1 192.168.50.20:80
    haproxy
    frontend www
    bind *:80
    default_backend servers
    backend servers
    server s1 192.168.50.20:80
  2. Run the enable frontend command with the name of the frontend:

    bash
    echo "enable frontend www" | \
    sudo socat stdio tcp4-connect:127.0.0.1:9999
    bash
    echo "enable frontend www" | \
    sudo socat stdio tcp4-connect:127.0.0.1:9999

The load balancer marks the frontend with status “OPEN” on the stats page.

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