How do I resolve a failed health check for a load balancer in Amazon EKS?

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Published on 16 Jun 2022, 17:20
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0:00 Intro
0:27 Starting notes
1:11 Check the pod and service label selectors
1:35 Check for missing endpoints
2:03 Check the service traffic policy
4:05 Verify that your service is configured for targetPort
4:35 Verify that AWS Load Balancer Controller has correct permissions
5:17 Check the ingress annotations
5:53 Manually test a health check
7:02 For Networking Issues check this

7:52 Ending

Parikshit shows you how to resolve a failed health check for a load balancer in Amazon EKS.


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