Monitoring Fast Failover. With Fast Failover(Nullable<Int64>, Nullable<Int64>, Nullable<Int64>) Method
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Specify the fast failover settings for monitoring.
public Microsoft.Azure.Management.TrafficManager.Fluent.TrafficManagerProfile.Update.IUpdate WithFastFailover (long? intervalInSeconds, long? timeoutInSeconds, long? toleratedNumberOfFailures = default);
abstract member WithFastFailover : Nullable<int64> * Nullable<int64> * Nullable<int64> -> Microsoft.Azure.Management.TrafficManager.Fluent.TrafficManagerProfile.Update.IUpdate
Public Function WithFastFailover (intervalInSeconds As Nullable(Of Long), timeoutInSeconds As Nullable(Of Long), Optional toleratedNumberOfFailures As Nullable(Of Long) = Nothing) As IUpdate
The monitor interval for endpoints in this profile. This is the interval at which Traffic Manager will check the health of each endpoint in this profile. Possible values include: 10, 30.
The monitor timeout for endpoints in this profile. This is the time that Traffic Manager allows endpoints in this profile to response to the health check. Possible values: between 5 to 10.
The number of consecutive failed health check that Traffic Manager tolerates before declaring an endpoint in this profile Degraded after the next failed health check. Possible values: between 0 and 9.