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Number of consecutive times MaxScale can fail to reach the Primary Server before it considers it down.
See also: Module Parameters for MariaDB MaxScale 23.02, in 22.08, in 6, in 2.5, and in 2.4
See also: Module Parameters for MariaDB MaxScale 23.02, in 22.08, and in 6
MaxScale uses the MariaDB Monitor to track changes in the status of Primary and Replica Servers. At interval, it checks the Primary Server status. This module parameter determines the number of consecutive times it can receive no response from the Primary Server before it designates the Server as failed, which may trigger automatic failover.