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describe-environment-health

Description

Returns information about the overall health of the specified environment. The describe-environment-health operation is only available with AWS Elastic Beanstalk Enhanced Health.

See also: AWS API Documentation

See 'aws help' for descriptions of global parameters.

Synopsis

  describe-environment-health
[--environment-name <value>]
[--environment-id <value>]
[--attribute-names <value>]
[--cli-input-json <value>]
[--generate-cli-skeleton <value>]

Options

--environment-name (string)

Specify the environment by name.

You must specify either this or an EnvironmentName, or both.

--environment-id (string)

Specify the environment by ID.

You must specify either this or an EnvironmentName, or both.

--attribute-names (list)

Specify the response elements to return. To retrieve all attributes, set to All . If no attribute names are specified, returns the name of the environment.

Syntax:

"string" "string" ...

Where valid values are:
  Status
  Color
  Causes
  ApplicationMetrics
  InstancesHealth
  All
  HealthStatus
  RefreshedAt

--cli-input-json (string) Performs service operation based on the JSON string provided. The JSON string follows the format provided by --generate-cli-skeleton. If other arguments are provided on the command line, the CLI values will override the JSON-provided values.

--generate-cli-skeleton (string) Prints a JSON skeleton to standard output without sending an API request. If provided with no value or the value input, prints a sample input JSON that can be used as an argument for --cli-input-json. If provided with the value output, it validates the command inputs and returns a sample output JSON for that command.

See 'aws help' for descriptions of global parameters.

Examples

To view environment health

The following command retrieves overall health information for an environment named my-env:

aws elasticbeanstalk describe-environment-health --environment-name my-env --attribute-names All

Output:

{
    "Status": "Ready",
    "EnvironmentName": "my-env",
    "Color": "Green",
    "ApplicationMetrics": {
        "Duration": 10,
        "Latency": {
            "P99": 0.004,
            "P75": 0.002,
            "P90": 0.003,
            "P95": 0.004,
            "P85": 0.003,
            "P10": 0.001,
            "P999": 0.004,
            "P50": 0.001
        },
        "RequestCount": 45,
        "StatusCodes": {
            "Status3xx": 0,
            "Status2xx": 45,
            "Status5xx": 0,
            "Status4xx": 0
        }
    },
    "RefreshedAt": "2015-08-20T21:09:18Z",
    "HealthStatus": "Ok",
    "InstancesHealth": {
        "Info": 0,
        "Ok": 1,
        "Unknown": 0,
        "Severe": 0,
        "Warning": 0,
        "Degraded": 0,
        "NoData": 0,
        "Pending": 0
    },
    "Causes": []
}

Health information is only available for environments with enhanced health reporting enabled. For more information, see Enhanced Health Reporting and Monitoring in the AWS Elastic Beanstalk Developer Guide.

Output

EnvironmentName -> (string)

The environment's name.

HealthStatus -> (string)

The health status of the environment. For example, Ok .

Status -> (string)

The environment's operational status. Ready , Launching , Updating , Terminating , or Terminated .

Color -> (string)

The health color of the environment.

Causes -> (list)

Descriptions of the data that contributed to the environment's current health status.

(string)

ApplicationMetrics -> (structure)

Application request metrics for the environment.

Duration -> (integer)

The amount of time that the metrics cover (usually 10 seconds). For example, you might have 5 requests (request_count ) within the most recent time slice of 10 seconds (duration ).

RequestCount -> (integer)

Average number of requests handled by the web server per second over the last 10 seconds.

StatusCodes -> (structure)

Represents the percentage of requests over the last 10 seconds that resulted in each type of status code response.

Status2xx -> (integer)

The percentage of requests over the last 10 seconds that resulted in a 2xx (200, 201, etc.) status code.

Status3xx -> (integer)

The percentage of requests over the last 10 seconds that resulted in a 3xx (300, 301, etc.) status code.

Status4xx -> (integer)

The percentage of requests over the last 10 seconds that resulted in a 4xx (400, 401, etc.) status code.

Status5xx -> (integer)

The percentage of requests over the last 10 seconds that resulted in a 5xx (500, 501, etc.) status code.

Latency -> (structure)

Represents the average latency for the slowest X percent of requests over the last 10 seconds. Latencies are in seconds with one millisecond resolution.

P999 -> (double)

The average latency for the slowest 0.1 percent of requests over the last 10 seconds.

P99 -> (double)

The average latency for the slowest 1 percent of requests over the last 10 seconds.

P95 -> (double)

The average latency for the slowest 5 percent of requests over the last 10 seconds.

P90 -> (double)

The average latency for the slowest 10 percent of requests over the last 10 seconds.

P85 -> (double)

The average latency for the slowest 15 percent of requests over the last 10 seconds.

P75 -> (double)

The average latency for the slowest 25 percent of requests over the last 10 seconds.

P50 -> (double)

The average latency for the slowest 50 percent of requests over the last 10 seconds.

P10 -> (double)

The average latency for the slowest 90 percent of requests over the last 10 seconds.

InstancesHealth -> (structure)

Summary health information for the instances in the environment.

NoData -> (integer)

Grey. AWS Elastic Beanstalk and the health agent are reporting no data on an instance.

Unknown -> (integer)

Grey. AWS Elastic Beanstalk and the health agent are reporting an insufficient amount of data on an instance.

Pending -> (integer)

Grey. An operation is in progress on an instance within the command timeout.

Ok -> (integer)

Green. An instance is passing health checks and the health agent is not reporting any problems.

Info -> (integer)

Green. An operation is in progress on an instance.

Warning -> (integer)

Yellow. The health agent is reporting a moderate number of request failures or other issues for an instance or environment.

Degraded -> (integer)

Red. The health agent is reporting a high number of request failures or other issues for an instance or environment.

Severe -> (integer)

Red. The health agent is reporting a very high number of request failures or other issues for an instance or environment.

RefreshedAt -> (timestamp)

The date and time that the health information was retrieved.