Compute Engine API . regionHealthChecks

Instance Methods

close()

Close httplib2 connections.

delete(project, region, healthCheck, requestId=None, x__xgafv=None)

Deletes the specified HealthCheck resource.

get(project, region, healthCheck, x__xgafv=None)

Returns the specified HealthCheck resource. Gets a list of available health checks by making a list() request.

insert(project, region, body=None, requestId=None, x__xgafv=None)

Creates a HealthCheck resource in the specified project using the data included in the request.

list(project, region, filter=None, maxResults=None, orderBy=None, pageToken=None, returnPartialSuccess=None, x__xgafv=None)

Retrieves the list of HealthCheck resources available to the specified project.

list_next()

Retrieves the next page of results.

patch(project, region, healthCheck, body=None, requestId=None, x__xgafv=None)

Updates a HealthCheck resource in the specified project using the data included in the request. This method supports PATCH semantics and uses the JSON merge patch format and processing rules.

update(project, region, healthCheck, body=None, requestId=None, x__xgafv=None)

Updates a HealthCheck resource in the specified project using the data included in the request.

Method Details

close()
Close httplib2 connections.
delete(project, region, healthCheck, requestId=None, x__xgafv=None)
Deletes the specified HealthCheck resource.

Args:
  project: string, Project ID for this request. (required)
  region: string, Name of the region scoping this request. (required)
  healthCheck: string, Name of the HealthCheck resource to delete. (required)
  requestId: string, An optional request ID to identify requests. Specify a unique request ID so that if you must retry your request, the server will know to ignore the request if it has already been completed. For example, consider a situation where you make an initial request and the request times out. If you make the request again with the same request ID, the server can check if original operation with the same request ID was received, and if so, will ignore the second request. This prevents clients from accidentally creating duplicate commitments. The request ID must be a valid UUID with the exception that zero UUID is not supported ( 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000).
  x__xgafv: string, V1 error format.
    Allowed values
      1 - v1 error format
      2 - v2 error format

Returns:
  An object of the form:

    { # Represents an Operation resource. Google Compute Engine has three Operation resources: * [Global](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/globalOperations) * [Regional](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/regionOperations) * [Zonal](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/zoneOperations) You can use an operation resource to manage asynchronous API requests. For more information, read Handling API responses. Operations can be global, regional or zonal. - For global operations, use the `globalOperations` resource. - For regional operations, use the `regionOperations` resource. - For zonal operations, use the `zonalOperations` resource. For more information, read Global, Regional, and Zonal Resources.
  "clientOperationId": "A String", # [Output Only] The value of `requestId` if you provided it in the request. Not present otherwise.
  "creationTimestamp": "A String", # [Deprecated] This field is deprecated.
  "description": "A String", # [Output Only] A textual description of the operation, which is set when the operation is created.
  "endTime": "A String", # [Output Only] The time that this operation was completed. This value is in RFC3339 text format.
  "error": { # [Output Only] If errors are generated during processing of the operation, this field will be populated.
    "errors": [ # [Output Only] The array of errors encountered while processing this operation.
      {
        "code": "A String", # [Output Only] The error type identifier for this error.
        "errorDetails": [ # [Output Only] An optional list of messages that contain the error details. There is a set of defined message types to use for providing details.The syntax depends on the error code. For example, QuotaExceededInfo will have details when the error code is QUOTA_EXCEEDED.
          {
            "errorInfo": { # Describes the cause of the error with structured details. Example of an error when contacting the "pubsub.googleapis.com" API when it is not enabled: { "reason": "API_DISABLED" "domain": "googleapis.com" "metadata": { "resource": "projects/123", "service": "pubsub.googleapis.com" } } This response indicates that the pubsub.googleapis.com API is not enabled. Example of an error that is returned when attempting to create a Spanner instance in a region that is out of stock: { "reason": "STOCKOUT" "domain": "spanner.googleapis.com", "metadata": { "availableRegions": "us-central1,us-east2" } }
              "domain": "A String", # The logical grouping to which the "reason" belongs. The error domain is typically the registered service name of the tool or product that generates the error. Example: "pubsub.googleapis.com". If the error is generated by some common infrastructure, the error domain must be a globally unique value that identifies the infrastructure. For Google API infrastructure, the error domain is "googleapis.com".
              "metadatas": { # Additional structured details about this error. Keys should match /[a-zA-Z0-9-_]/ and be limited to 64 characters in length. When identifying the current value of an exceeded limit, the units should be contained in the key, not the value. For example, rather than {"instanceLimit": "100/request"}, should be returned as, {"instanceLimitPerRequest": "100"}, if the client exceeds the number of instances that can be created in a single (batch) request.
                "a_key": "A String",
              },
              "reason": "A String", # The reason of the error. This is a constant value that identifies the proximate cause of the error. Error reasons are unique within a particular domain of errors. This should be at most 63 characters and match /[A-Z0-9_]+/.
            },
            "help": { # Provides links to documentation or for performing an out of band action. For example, if a quota check failed with an error indicating the calling project hasn't enabled the accessed service, this can contain a URL pointing directly to the right place in the developer console to flip the bit.
              "links": [ # URL(s) pointing to additional information on handling the current error.
                { # Describes a URL link.
                  "description": "A String", # Describes what the link offers.
                  "url": "A String", # The URL of the link.
                },
              ],
            },
            "localizedMessage": { # Provides a localized error message that is safe to return to the user which can be attached to an RPC error.
              "locale": "A String", # The locale used following the specification defined at https://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/bcp/bcp47.txt. Examples are: "en-US", "fr-CH", "es-MX"
              "message": "A String", # The localized error message in the above locale.
            },
            "quotaInfo": { # Additional details for quota exceeded error for resource quota.
              "dimensions": { # The map holding related quota dimensions.
                "a_key": "A String",
              },
              "limit": 3.14, # Current effective quota limit. The limit's unit depends on the quota type or metric.
              "limitName": "A String", # The name of the quota limit.
              "metricName": "A String", # The Compute Engine quota metric name.
            },
          },
        ],
        "location": "A String", # [Output Only] Indicates the field in the request that caused the error. This property is optional.
        "message": "A String", # [Output Only] An optional, human-readable error message.
      },
    ],
  },
  "httpErrorMessage": "A String", # [Output Only] If the operation fails, this field contains the HTTP error message that was returned, such as `NOT FOUND`.
  "httpErrorStatusCode": 42, # [Output Only] If the operation fails, this field contains the HTTP error status code that was returned. For example, a `404` means the resource was not found.
  "id": "A String", # [Output Only] The unique identifier for the operation. This identifier is defined by the server.
  "insertTime": "A String", # [Output Only] The time that this operation was requested. This value is in RFC3339 text format.
  "kind": "compute#operation", # [Output Only] Type of the resource. Always `compute#operation` for Operation resources.
  "name": "A String", # [Output Only] Name of the operation.
  "operationGroupId": "A String", # [Output Only] An ID that represents a group of operations, such as when a group of operations results from a `bulkInsert` API request.
  "operationType": "A String", # [Output Only] The type of operation, such as `insert`, `update`, or `delete`, and so on.
  "progress": 42, # [Output Only] An optional progress indicator that ranges from 0 to 100. There is no requirement that this be linear or support any granularity of operations. This should not be used to guess when the operation will be complete. This number should monotonically increase as the operation progresses.
  "region": "A String", # [Output Only] The URL of the region where the operation resides. Only applicable when performing regional operations.
  "selfLink": "A String", # [Output Only] Server-defined URL for the resource.
  "startTime": "A String", # [Output Only] The time that this operation was started by the server. This value is in RFC3339 text format.
  "status": "A String", # [Output Only] The status of the operation, which can be one of the following: `PENDING`, `RUNNING`, or `DONE`.
  "statusMessage": "A String", # [Output Only] An optional textual description of the current status of the operation.
  "targetId": "A String", # [Output Only] The unique target ID, which identifies a specific incarnation of the target resource.
  "targetLink": "A String", # [Output Only] The URL of the resource that the operation modifies. For operations related to creating a snapshot, this points to the persistent disk that the snapshot was created from.
  "user": "A String", # [Output Only] User who requested the operation, for example: `user@example.com`.
  "warnings": [ # [Output Only] If warning messages are generated during processing of the operation, this field will be populated.
    {
      "code": "A String", # [Output Only] A warning code, if applicable. For example, Compute Engine returns NO_RESULTS_ON_PAGE if there are no results in the response.
      "data": [ # [Output Only] Metadata about this warning in key: value format. For example: "data": [ { "key": "scope", "value": "zones/us-east1-d" }
        {
          "key": "A String", # [Output Only] A key that provides more detail on the warning being returned. For example, for warnings where there are no results in a list request for a particular zone, this key might be scope and the key value might be the zone name. Other examples might be a key indicating a deprecated resource and a suggested replacement, or a warning about invalid network settings (for example, if an instance attempts to perform IP forwarding but is not enabled for IP forwarding).
          "value": "A String", # [Output Only] A warning data value corresponding to the key.
        },
      ],
      "message": "A String", # [Output Only] A human-readable description of the warning code.
    },
  ],
  "zone": "A String", # [Output Only] The URL of the zone where the operation resides. Only applicable when performing per-zone operations.
}
get(project, region, healthCheck, x__xgafv=None)
Returns the specified HealthCheck resource. Gets a list of available health checks by making a list() request.

Args:
  project: string, Project ID for this request. (required)
  region: string, Name of the region scoping this request. (required)
  healthCheck: string, Name of the HealthCheck resource to return. (required)
  x__xgafv: string, V1 error format.
    Allowed values
      1 - v1 error format
      2 - v2 error format

Returns:
  An object of the form:

    { # Represents a Health Check resource. Google Compute Engine has two Health Check resources: * [Global](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/healthChecks) * [Regional](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/regionHealthChecks) Internal HTTP(S) load balancers must use regional health checks (`compute.v1.regionHealthChecks`). Traffic Director must use global health checks (`compute.v1.HealthChecks`). Internal TCP/UDP load balancers can use either regional or global health checks (`compute.v1.regionHealthChecks` or `compute.v1.HealthChecks`). External HTTP(S), TCP proxy, and SSL proxy load balancers as well as managed instance group auto-healing must use global health checks (`compute.v1.HealthChecks`). Backend service-based network load balancers must use regional health checks (`compute.v1.regionHealthChecks`). Target pool-based network load balancers must use legacy HTTP health checks (`compute.v1.httpHealthChecks`). For more information, see Health checks overview.
  "checkIntervalSec": 42, # How often (in seconds) to send a health check. The default value is 5 seconds.
  "creationTimestamp": "A String", # [Output Only] Creation timestamp in 3339 text format.
  "description": "A String", # An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.
  "grpcHealthCheck": {
    "grpcServiceName": "A String", # The gRPC service name for the health check. This field is optional. The value of grpc_service_name has the following meanings by convention: - Empty service_name means the overall status of all services at the backend. - Non-empty service_name means the health of that gRPC service, as defined by the owner of the service. The grpc_service_name can only be ASCII.
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
  },
  "healthyThreshold": 42, # A so-far unhealthy instance will be marked healthy after this many consecutive successes. The default value is 2.
  "http2HealthCheck": {
    "host": "A String", # The value of the host header in the HTTP/2 health check request. If left empty (default value), the host header is set to the destination IP address to which health check packets are sent. The destination IP address depends on the type of load balancer. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#hc-packet-dest
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 443. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
    "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
    "requestPath": "A String", # The request path of the HTTP/2 health check request. The default value is /.
    "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based HTTP/2 health check. In addition to the required HTTP 200 (OK) status code, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this specific ASCII response string within the first 1024 bytes of the HTTP response body. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-http
  },
  "httpHealthCheck": {
    "host": "A String", # The value of the host header in the HTTP health check request. If left empty (default value), the host header is set to the destination IP address to which health check packets are sent. The destination IP address depends on the type of load balancer. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#hc-packet-dest
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 80. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Also supported in legacy HTTP health checks for target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
    "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
    "requestPath": "A String", # The request path of the HTTP health check request. The default value is /.
    "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based HTTP health check. In addition to the required HTTP 200 (OK) status code, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this specific ASCII response string within the first 1024 bytes of the HTTP response body. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-http
  },
  "httpsHealthCheck": {
    "host": "A String", # The value of the host header in the HTTPS health check request. If left empty (default value), the host header is set to the destination IP address to which health check packets are sent. The destination IP address depends on the type of load balancer. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#hc-packet-dest
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 443. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
    "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
    "requestPath": "A String", # The request path of the HTTPS health check request. The default value is /.
    "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based HTTPS health check. In addition to the required HTTP 200 (OK) status code, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this specific ASCII response string within the first 1024 bytes of the HTTP response body. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-http
  },
  "id": "A String", # [Output Only] The unique identifier for the resource. This identifier is defined by the server.
  "kind": "compute#healthCheck", # Type of the resource.
  "logConfig": { # Configuration of logging on a health check. If logging is enabled, logs will be exported to Stackdriver. # Configure logging on this health check.
    "enable": True or False, # Indicates whether or not to export logs. This is false by default, which means no health check logging will be done.
  },
  "name": "A String", # Name of the resource. Provided by the client when the resource is created. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035. For example, a name that is 1-63 characters long, matches the regular expression `[a-z]([-a-z0-9]*[a-z0-9])?`, and otherwise complies with RFC1035. This regular expression describes a name where the first character is a lowercase letter, and all following characters are a dash, lowercase letter, or digit, except the last character, which isn't a dash.
  "region": "A String", # [Output Only] Region where the health check resides. Not applicable to global health checks.
  "selfLink": "A String", # [Output Only] Server-defined URL for the resource.
  "sslHealthCheck": {
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 443. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
    "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
    "request": "A String", # Instructs the health check prober to send this exact ASCII string, up to 1024 bytes in length, after establishing the TCP connection and SSL handshake.
    "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based SSL health check. In addition to establishing a TCP connection and the TLS handshake, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this exact response ASCII string, up to 1024 bytes in length. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-ssl-tcp
  },
  "tcpHealthCheck": {
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 80. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
    "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
    "request": "A String", # Instructs the health check prober to send this exact ASCII string, up to 1024 bytes in length, after establishing the TCP connection.
    "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based TCP health check. In addition to establishing a TCP connection, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this exact response ASCII string, up to 1024 bytes in length. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-ssl-tcp
  },
  "timeoutSec": 42, # How long (in seconds) to wait before claiming failure. The default value is 5 seconds. It is invalid for timeoutSec to have greater value than checkIntervalSec.
  "type": "A String", # Specifies the type of the healthCheck, either TCP, SSL, HTTP, HTTPS, HTTP2 or GRPC. Exactly one of the protocol-specific health check fields must be specified, which must match type field.
  "unhealthyThreshold": 42, # A so-far healthy instance will be marked unhealthy after this many consecutive failures. The default value is 2.
}
insert(project, region, body=None, requestId=None, x__xgafv=None)
Creates a HealthCheck resource in the specified project using the data included in the request.

Args:
  project: string, Project ID for this request. (required)
  region: string, Name of the region scoping this request. (required)
  body: object, The request body.
    The object takes the form of:

{ # Represents a Health Check resource. Google Compute Engine has two Health Check resources: * [Global](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/healthChecks) * [Regional](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/regionHealthChecks) Internal HTTP(S) load balancers must use regional health checks (`compute.v1.regionHealthChecks`). Traffic Director must use global health checks (`compute.v1.HealthChecks`). Internal TCP/UDP load balancers can use either regional or global health checks (`compute.v1.regionHealthChecks` or `compute.v1.HealthChecks`). External HTTP(S), TCP proxy, and SSL proxy load balancers as well as managed instance group auto-healing must use global health checks (`compute.v1.HealthChecks`). Backend service-based network load balancers must use regional health checks (`compute.v1.regionHealthChecks`). Target pool-based network load balancers must use legacy HTTP health checks (`compute.v1.httpHealthChecks`). For more information, see Health checks overview.
  "checkIntervalSec": 42, # How often (in seconds) to send a health check. The default value is 5 seconds.
  "creationTimestamp": "A String", # [Output Only] Creation timestamp in 3339 text format.
  "description": "A String", # An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.
  "grpcHealthCheck": {
    "grpcServiceName": "A String", # The gRPC service name for the health check. This field is optional. The value of grpc_service_name has the following meanings by convention: - Empty service_name means the overall status of all services at the backend. - Non-empty service_name means the health of that gRPC service, as defined by the owner of the service. The grpc_service_name can only be ASCII.
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
  },
  "healthyThreshold": 42, # A so-far unhealthy instance will be marked healthy after this many consecutive successes. The default value is 2.
  "http2HealthCheck": {
    "host": "A String", # The value of the host header in the HTTP/2 health check request. If left empty (default value), the host header is set to the destination IP address to which health check packets are sent. The destination IP address depends on the type of load balancer. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#hc-packet-dest
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 443. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
    "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
    "requestPath": "A String", # The request path of the HTTP/2 health check request. The default value is /.
    "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based HTTP/2 health check. In addition to the required HTTP 200 (OK) status code, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this specific ASCII response string within the first 1024 bytes of the HTTP response body. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-http
  },
  "httpHealthCheck": {
    "host": "A String", # The value of the host header in the HTTP health check request. If left empty (default value), the host header is set to the destination IP address to which health check packets are sent. The destination IP address depends on the type of load balancer. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#hc-packet-dest
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 80. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Also supported in legacy HTTP health checks for target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
    "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
    "requestPath": "A String", # The request path of the HTTP health check request. The default value is /.
    "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based HTTP health check. In addition to the required HTTP 200 (OK) status code, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this specific ASCII response string within the first 1024 bytes of the HTTP response body. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-http
  },
  "httpsHealthCheck": {
    "host": "A String", # The value of the host header in the HTTPS health check request. If left empty (default value), the host header is set to the destination IP address to which health check packets are sent. The destination IP address depends on the type of load balancer. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#hc-packet-dest
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 443. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
    "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
    "requestPath": "A String", # The request path of the HTTPS health check request. The default value is /.
    "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based HTTPS health check. In addition to the required HTTP 200 (OK) status code, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this specific ASCII response string within the first 1024 bytes of the HTTP response body. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-http
  },
  "id": "A String", # [Output Only] The unique identifier for the resource. This identifier is defined by the server.
  "kind": "compute#healthCheck", # Type of the resource.
  "logConfig": { # Configuration of logging on a health check. If logging is enabled, logs will be exported to Stackdriver. # Configure logging on this health check.
    "enable": True or False, # Indicates whether or not to export logs. This is false by default, which means no health check logging will be done.
  },
  "name": "A String", # Name of the resource. Provided by the client when the resource is created. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035. For example, a name that is 1-63 characters long, matches the regular expression `[a-z]([-a-z0-9]*[a-z0-9])?`, and otherwise complies with RFC1035. This regular expression describes a name where the first character is a lowercase letter, and all following characters are a dash, lowercase letter, or digit, except the last character, which isn't a dash.
  "region": "A String", # [Output Only] Region where the health check resides. Not applicable to global health checks.
  "selfLink": "A String", # [Output Only] Server-defined URL for the resource.
  "sslHealthCheck": {
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 443. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
    "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
    "request": "A String", # Instructs the health check prober to send this exact ASCII string, up to 1024 bytes in length, after establishing the TCP connection and SSL handshake.
    "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based SSL health check. In addition to establishing a TCP connection and the TLS handshake, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this exact response ASCII string, up to 1024 bytes in length. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-ssl-tcp
  },
  "tcpHealthCheck": {
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 80. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
    "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
    "request": "A String", # Instructs the health check prober to send this exact ASCII string, up to 1024 bytes in length, after establishing the TCP connection.
    "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based TCP health check. In addition to establishing a TCP connection, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this exact response ASCII string, up to 1024 bytes in length. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-ssl-tcp
  },
  "timeoutSec": 42, # How long (in seconds) to wait before claiming failure. The default value is 5 seconds. It is invalid for timeoutSec to have greater value than checkIntervalSec.
  "type": "A String", # Specifies the type of the healthCheck, either TCP, SSL, HTTP, HTTPS, HTTP2 or GRPC. Exactly one of the protocol-specific health check fields must be specified, which must match type field.
  "unhealthyThreshold": 42, # A so-far healthy instance will be marked unhealthy after this many consecutive failures. The default value is 2.
}

  requestId: string, An optional request ID to identify requests. Specify a unique request ID so that if you must retry your request, the server will know to ignore the request if it has already been completed. For example, consider a situation where you make an initial request and the request times out. If you make the request again with the same request ID, the server can check if original operation with the same request ID was received, and if so, will ignore the second request. This prevents clients from accidentally creating duplicate commitments. The request ID must be a valid UUID with the exception that zero UUID is not supported ( 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000).
  x__xgafv: string, V1 error format.
    Allowed values
      1 - v1 error format
      2 - v2 error format

Returns:
  An object of the form:

    { # Represents an Operation resource. Google Compute Engine has three Operation resources: * [Global](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/globalOperations) * [Regional](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/regionOperations) * [Zonal](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/zoneOperations) You can use an operation resource to manage asynchronous API requests. For more information, read Handling API responses. Operations can be global, regional or zonal. - For global operations, use the `globalOperations` resource. - For regional operations, use the `regionOperations` resource. - For zonal operations, use the `zonalOperations` resource. For more information, read Global, Regional, and Zonal Resources.
  "clientOperationId": "A String", # [Output Only] The value of `requestId` if you provided it in the request. Not present otherwise.
  "creationTimestamp": "A String", # [Deprecated] This field is deprecated.
  "description": "A String", # [Output Only] A textual description of the operation, which is set when the operation is created.
  "endTime": "A String", # [Output Only] The time that this operation was completed. This value is in RFC3339 text format.
  "error": { # [Output Only] If errors are generated during processing of the operation, this field will be populated.
    "errors": [ # [Output Only] The array of errors encountered while processing this operation.
      {
        "code": "A String", # [Output Only] The error type identifier for this error.
        "errorDetails": [ # [Output Only] An optional list of messages that contain the error details. There is a set of defined message types to use for providing details.The syntax depends on the error code. For example, QuotaExceededInfo will have details when the error code is QUOTA_EXCEEDED.
          {
            "errorInfo": { # Describes the cause of the error with structured details. Example of an error when contacting the "pubsub.googleapis.com" API when it is not enabled: { "reason": "API_DISABLED" "domain": "googleapis.com" "metadata": { "resource": "projects/123", "service": "pubsub.googleapis.com" } } This response indicates that the pubsub.googleapis.com API is not enabled. Example of an error that is returned when attempting to create a Spanner instance in a region that is out of stock: { "reason": "STOCKOUT" "domain": "spanner.googleapis.com", "metadata": { "availableRegions": "us-central1,us-east2" } }
              "domain": "A String", # The logical grouping to which the "reason" belongs. The error domain is typically the registered service name of the tool or product that generates the error. Example: "pubsub.googleapis.com". If the error is generated by some common infrastructure, the error domain must be a globally unique value that identifies the infrastructure. For Google API infrastructure, the error domain is "googleapis.com".
              "metadatas": { # Additional structured details about this error. Keys should match /[a-zA-Z0-9-_]/ and be limited to 64 characters in length. When identifying the current value of an exceeded limit, the units should be contained in the key, not the value. For example, rather than {"instanceLimit": "100/request"}, should be returned as, {"instanceLimitPerRequest": "100"}, if the client exceeds the number of instances that can be created in a single (batch) request.
                "a_key": "A String",
              },
              "reason": "A String", # The reason of the error. This is a constant value that identifies the proximate cause of the error. Error reasons are unique within a particular domain of errors. This should be at most 63 characters and match /[A-Z0-9_]+/.
            },
            "help": { # Provides links to documentation or for performing an out of band action. For example, if a quota check failed with an error indicating the calling project hasn't enabled the accessed service, this can contain a URL pointing directly to the right place in the developer console to flip the bit.
              "links": [ # URL(s) pointing to additional information on handling the current error.
                { # Describes a URL link.
                  "description": "A String", # Describes what the link offers.
                  "url": "A String", # The URL of the link.
                },
              ],
            },
            "localizedMessage": { # Provides a localized error message that is safe to return to the user which can be attached to an RPC error.
              "locale": "A String", # The locale used following the specification defined at https://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/bcp/bcp47.txt. Examples are: "en-US", "fr-CH", "es-MX"
              "message": "A String", # The localized error message in the above locale.
            },
            "quotaInfo": { # Additional details for quota exceeded error for resource quota.
              "dimensions": { # The map holding related quota dimensions.
                "a_key": "A String",
              },
              "limit": 3.14, # Current effective quota limit. The limit's unit depends on the quota type or metric.
              "limitName": "A String", # The name of the quota limit.
              "metricName": "A String", # The Compute Engine quota metric name.
            },
          },
        ],
        "location": "A String", # [Output Only] Indicates the field in the request that caused the error. This property is optional.
        "message": "A String", # [Output Only] An optional, human-readable error message.
      },
    ],
  },
  "httpErrorMessage": "A String", # [Output Only] If the operation fails, this field contains the HTTP error message that was returned, such as `NOT FOUND`.
  "httpErrorStatusCode": 42, # [Output Only] If the operation fails, this field contains the HTTP error status code that was returned. For example, a `404` means the resource was not found.
  "id": "A String", # [Output Only] The unique identifier for the operation. This identifier is defined by the server.
  "insertTime": "A String", # [Output Only] The time that this operation was requested. This value is in RFC3339 text format.
  "kind": "compute#operation", # [Output Only] Type of the resource. Always `compute#operation` for Operation resources.
  "name": "A String", # [Output Only] Name of the operation.
  "operationGroupId": "A String", # [Output Only] An ID that represents a group of operations, such as when a group of operations results from a `bulkInsert` API request.
  "operationType": "A String", # [Output Only] The type of operation, such as `insert`, `update`, or `delete`, and so on.
  "progress": 42, # [Output Only] An optional progress indicator that ranges from 0 to 100. There is no requirement that this be linear or support any granularity of operations. This should not be used to guess when the operation will be complete. This number should monotonically increase as the operation progresses.
  "region": "A String", # [Output Only] The URL of the region where the operation resides. Only applicable when performing regional operations.
  "selfLink": "A String", # [Output Only] Server-defined URL for the resource.
  "startTime": "A String", # [Output Only] The time that this operation was started by the server. This value is in RFC3339 text format.
  "status": "A String", # [Output Only] The status of the operation, which can be one of the following: `PENDING`, `RUNNING`, or `DONE`.
  "statusMessage": "A String", # [Output Only] An optional textual description of the current status of the operation.
  "targetId": "A String", # [Output Only] The unique target ID, which identifies a specific incarnation of the target resource.
  "targetLink": "A String", # [Output Only] The URL of the resource that the operation modifies. For operations related to creating a snapshot, this points to the persistent disk that the snapshot was created from.
  "user": "A String", # [Output Only] User who requested the operation, for example: `user@example.com`.
  "warnings": [ # [Output Only] If warning messages are generated during processing of the operation, this field will be populated.
    {
      "code": "A String", # [Output Only] A warning code, if applicable. For example, Compute Engine returns NO_RESULTS_ON_PAGE if there are no results in the response.
      "data": [ # [Output Only] Metadata about this warning in key: value format. For example: "data": [ { "key": "scope", "value": "zones/us-east1-d" }
        {
          "key": "A String", # [Output Only] A key that provides more detail on the warning being returned. For example, for warnings where there are no results in a list request for a particular zone, this key might be scope and the key value might be the zone name. Other examples might be a key indicating a deprecated resource and a suggested replacement, or a warning about invalid network settings (for example, if an instance attempts to perform IP forwarding but is not enabled for IP forwarding).
          "value": "A String", # [Output Only] A warning data value corresponding to the key.
        },
      ],
      "message": "A String", # [Output Only] A human-readable description of the warning code.
    },
  ],
  "zone": "A String", # [Output Only] The URL of the zone where the operation resides. Only applicable when performing per-zone operations.
}
list(project, region, filter=None, maxResults=None, orderBy=None, pageToken=None, returnPartialSuccess=None, x__xgafv=None)
Retrieves the list of HealthCheck resources available to the specified project.

Args:
  project: string, Project ID for this request. (required)
  region: string, Name of the region scoping this request. (required)
  filter: string, A filter expression that filters resources listed in the response. Most Compute resources support two types of filter expressions: expressions that support regular expressions and expressions that follow API improvement proposal AIP-160. If you want to use AIP-160, your expression must specify the field name, an operator, and the value that you want to use for filtering. The value must be a string, a number, or a boolean. The operator must be either `=`, `!=`, `>`, `<`, `<=`, `>=` or `:`. For example, if you are filtering Compute Engine instances, you can exclude instances named `example-instance` by specifying `name != example-instance`. The `:` operator can be used with string fields to match substrings. For non-string fields it is equivalent to the `=` operator. The `:*` comparison can be used to test whether a key has been defined. For example, to find all objects with `owner` label use: ``` labels.owner:* ``` You can also filter nested fields. For example, you could specify `scheduling.automaticRestart = false` to include instances only if they are not scheduled for automatic restarts. You can use filtering on nested fields to filter based on resource labels. To filter on multiple expressions, provide each separate expression within parentheses. For example: ``` (scheduling.automaticRestart = true) (cpuPlatform = "Intel Skylake") ``` By default, each expression is an `AND` expression. However, you can include `AND` and `OR` expressions explicitly. For example: ``` (cpuPlatform = "Intel Skylake") OR (cpuPlatform = "Intel Broadwell") AND (scheduling.automaticRestart = true) ``` If you want to use a regular expression, use the `eq` (equal) or `ne` (not equal) operator against a single un-parenthesized expression with or without quotes or against multiple parenthesized expressions. Examples: `fieldname eq unquoted literal` `fieldname eq 'single quoted literal'` `fieldname eq "double quoted literal"` `(fieldname1 eq literal) (fieldname2 ne "literal")` The literal value is interpreted as a regular expression using Google RE2 library syntax. The literal value must match the entire field. For example, to filter for instances that do not end with name "instance", you would use `name ne .*instance`.
  maxResults: integer, The maximum number of results per page that should be returned. If the number of available results is larger than `maxResults`, Compute Engine returns a `nextPageToken` that can be used to get the next page of results in subsequent list requests. Acceptable values are `0` to `500`, inclusive. (Default: `500`)
  orderBy: string, Sorts list results by a certain order. By default, results are returned in alphanumerical order based on the resource name. You can also sort results in descending order based on the creation timestamp using `orderBy="creationTimestamp desc"`. This sorts results based on the `creationTimestamp` field in reverse chronological order (newest result first). Use this to sort resources like operations so that the newest operation is returned first. Currently, only sorting by `name` or `creationTimestamp desc` is supported.
  pageToken: string, Specifies a page token to use. Set `pageToken` to the `nextPageToken` returned by a previous list request to get the next page of results.
  returnPartialSuccess: boolean, Opt-in for partial success behavior which provides partial results in case of failure. The default value is false.
  x__xgafv: string, V1 error format.
    Allowed values
      1 - v1 error format
      2 - v2 error format

Returns:
  An object of the form:

    { # Contains a list of HealthCheck resources.
  "id": "A String", # [Output Only] Unique identifier for the resource; defined by the server.
  "items": [ # A list of HealthCheck resources.
    { # Represents a Health Check resource. Google Compute Engine has two Health Check resources: * [Global](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/healthChecks) * [Regional](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/regionHealthChecks) Internal HTTP(S) load balancers must use regional health checks (`compute.v1.regionHealthChecks`). Traffic Director must use global health checks (`compute.v1.HealthChecks`). Internal TCP/UDP load balancers can use either regional or global health checks (`compute.v1.regionHealthChecks` or `compute.v1.HealthChecks`). External HTTP(S), TCP proxy, and SSL proxy load balancers as well as managed instance group auto-healing must use global health checks (`compute.v1.HealthChecks`). Backend service-based network load balancers must use regional health checks (`compute.v1.regionHealthChecks`). Target pool-based network load balancers must use legacy HTTP health checks (`compute.v1.httpHealthChecks`). For more information, see Health checks overview.
      "checkIntervalSec": 42, # How often (in seconds) to send a health check. The default value is 5 seconds.
      "creationTimestamp": "A String", # [Output Only] Creation timestamp in 3339 text format.
      "description": "A String", # An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.
      "grpcHealthCheck": {
        "grpcServiceName": "A String", # The gRPC service name for the health check. This field is optional. The value of grpc_service_name has the following meanings by convention: - Empty service_name means the overall status of all services at the backend. - Non-empty service_name means the health of that gRPC service, as defined by the owner of the service. The grpc_service_name can only be ASCII.
        "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
        "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
        "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
      },
      "healthyThreshold": 42, # A so-far unhealthy instance will be marked healthy after this many consecutive successes. The default value is 2.
      "http2HealthCheck": {
        "host": "A String", # The value of the host header in the HTTP/2 health check request. If left empty (default value), the host header is set to the destination IP address to which health check packets are sent. The destination IP address depends on the type of load balancer. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#hc-packet-dest
        "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 443. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
        "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
        "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
        "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
        "requestPath": "A String", # The request path of the HTTP/2 health check request. The default value is /.
        "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based HTTP/2 health check. In addition to the required HTTP 200 (OK) status code, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this specific ASCII response string within the first 1024 bytes of the HTTP response body. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-http
      },
      "httpHealthCheck": {
        "host": "A String", # The value of the host header in the HTTP health check request. If left empty (default value), the host header is set to the destination IP address to which health check packets are sent. The destination IP address depends on the type of load balancer. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#hc-packet-dest
        "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 80. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
        "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
        "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Also supported in legacy HTTP health checks for target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
        "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
        "requestPath": "A String", # The request path of the HTTP health check request. The default value is /.
        "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based HTTP health check. In addition to the required HTTP 200 (OK) status code, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this specific ASCII response string within the first 1024 bytes of the HTTP response body. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-http
      },
      "httpsHealthCheck": {
        "host": "A String", # The value of the host header in the HTTPS health check request. If left empty (default value), the host header is set to the destination IP address to which health check packets are sent. The destination IP address depends on the type of load balancer. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#hc-packet-dest
        "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 443. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
        "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
        "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
        "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
        "requestPath": "A String", # The request path of the HTTPS health check request. The default value is /.
        "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based HTTPS health check. In addition to the required HTTP 200 (OK) status code, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this specific ASCII response string within the first 1024 bytes of the HTTP response body. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-http
      },
      "id": "A String", # [Output Only] The unique identifier for the resource. This identifier is defined by the server.
      "kind": "compute#healthCheck", # Type of the resource.
      "logConfig": { # Configuration of logging on a health check. If logging is enabled, logs will be exported to Stackdriver. # Configure logging on this health check.
        "enable": True or False, # Indicates whether or not to export logs. This is false by default, which means no health check logging will be done.
      },
      "name": "A String", # Name of the resource. Provided by the client when the resource is created. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035. For example, a name that is 1-63 characters long, matches the regular expression `[a-z]([-a-z0-9]*[a-z0-9])?`, and otherwise complies with RFC1035. This regular expression describes a name where the first character is a lowercase letter, and all following characters are a dash, lowercase letter, or digit, except the last character, which isn't a dash.
      "region": "A String", # [Output Only] Region where the health check resides. Not applicable to global health checks.
      "selfLink": "A String", # [Output Only] Server-defined URL for the resource.
      "sslHealthCheck": {
        "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 443. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
        "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
        "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
        "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
        "request": "A String", # Instructs the health check prober to send this exact ASCII string, up to 1024 bytes in length, after establishing the TCP connection and SSL handshake.
        "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based SSL health check. In addition to establishing a TCP connection and the TLS handshake, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this exact response ASCII string, up to 1024 bytes in length. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-ssl-tcp
      },
      "tcpHealthCheck": {
        "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 80. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
        "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
        "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
        "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
        "request": "A String", # Instructs the health check prober to send this exact ASCII string, up to 1024 bytes in length, after establishing the TCP connection.
        "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based TCP health check. In addition to establishing a TCP connection, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this exact response ASCII string, up to 1024 bytes in length. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-ssl-tcp
      },
      "timeoutSec": 42, # How long (in seconds) to wait before claiming failure. The default value is 5 seconds. It is invalid for timeoutSec to have greater value than checkIntervalSec.
      "type": "A String", # Specifies the type of the healthCheck, either TCP, SSL, HTTP, HTTPS, HTTP2 or GRPC. Exactly one of the protocol-specific health check fields must be specified, which must match type field.
      "unhealthyThreshold": 42, # A so-far healthy instance will be marked unhealthy after this many consecutive failures. The default value is 2.
    },
  ],
  "kind": "compute#healthCheckList", # Type of resource.
  "nextPageToken": "A String", # [Output Only] This token allows you to get the next page of results for list requests. If the number of results is larger than maxResults, use the nextPageToken as a value for the query parameter pageToken in the next list request. Subsequent list requests will have their own nextPageToken to continue paging through the results.
  "selfLink": "A String", # [Output Only] Server-defined URL for this resource.
  "warning": { # [Output Only] Informational warning message.
    "code": "A String", # [Output Only] A warning code, if applicable. For example, Compute Engine returns NO_RESULTS_ON_PAGE if there are no results in the response.
    "data": [ # [Output Only] Metadata about this warning in key: value format. For example: "data": [ { "key": "scope", "value": "zones/us-east1-d" }
      {
        "key": "A String", # [Output Only] A key that provides more detail on the warning being returned. For example, for warnings where there are no results in a list request for a particular zone, this key might be scope and the key value might be the zone name. Other examples might be a key indicating a deprecated resource and a suggested replacement, or a warning about invalid network settings (for example, if an instance attempts to perform IP forwarding but is not enabled for IP forwarding).
        "value": "A String", # [Output Only] A warning data value corresponding to the key.
      },
    ],
    "message": "A String", # [Output Only] A human-readable description of the warning code.
  },
}
list_next()
Retrieves the next page of results.

        Args:
          previous_request: The request for the previous page. (required)
          previous_response: The response from the request for the previous page. (required)

        Returns:
          A request object that you can call 'execute()' on to request the next
          page. Returns None if there are no more items in the collection.
        
patch(project, region, healthCheck, body=None, requestId=None, x__xgafv=None)
Updates a HealthCheck resource in the specified project using the data included in the request. This method supports PATCH semantics and uses the JSON merge patch format and processing rules.

Args:
  project: string, Project ID for this request. (required)
  region: string, Name of the region scoping this request. (required)
  healthCheck: string, Name of the HealthCheck resource to patch. (required)
  body: object, The request body.
    The object takes the form of:

{ # Represents a Health Check resource. Google Compute Engine has two Health Check resources: * [Global](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/healthChecks) * [Regional](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/regionHealthChecks) Internal HTTP(S) load balancers must use regional health checks (`compute.v1.regionHealthChecks`). Traffic Director must use global health checks (`compute.v1.HealthChecks`). Internal TCP/UDP load balancers can use either regional or global health checks (`compute.v1.regionHealthChecks` or `compute.v1.HealthChecks`). External HTTP(S), TCP proxy, and SSL proxy load balancers as well as managed instance group auto-healing must use global health checks (`compute.v1.HealthChecks`). Backend service-based network load balancers must use regional health checks (`compute.v1.regionHealthChecks`). Target pool-based network load balancers must use legacy HTTP health checks (`compute.v1.httpHealthChecks`). For more information, see Health checks overview.
  "checkIntervalSec": 42, # How often (in seconds) to send a health check. The default value is 5 seconds.
  "creationTimestamp": "A String", # [Output Only] Creation timestamp in 3339 text format.
  "description": "A String", # An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.
  "grpcHealthCheck": {
    "grpcServiceName": "A String", # The gRPC service name for the health check. This field is optional. The value of grpc_service_name has the following meanings by convention: - Empty service_name means the overall status of all services at the backend. - Non-empty service_name means the health of that gRPC service, as defined by the owner of the service. The grpc_service_name can only be ASCII.
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
  },
  "healthyThreshold": 42, # A so-far unhealthy instance will be marked healthy after this many consecutive successes. The default value is 2.
  "http2HealthCheck": {
    "host": "A String", # The value of the host header in the HTTP/2 health check request. If left empty (default value), the host header is set to the destination IP address to which health check packets are sent. The destination IP address depends on the type of load balancer. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#hc-packet-dest
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 443. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
    "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
    "requestPath": "A String", # The request path of the HTTP/2 health check request. The default value is /.
    "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based HTTP/2 health check. In addition to the required HTTP 200 (OK) status code, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this specific ASCII response string within the first 1024 bytes of the HTTP response body. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-http
  },
  "httpHealthCheck": {
    "host": "A String", # The value of the host header in the HTTP health check request. If left empty (default value), the host header is set to the destination IP address to which health check packets are sent. The destination IP address depends on the type of load balancer. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#hc-packet-dest
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 80. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Also supported in legacy HTTP health checks for target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
    "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
    "requestPath": "A String", # The request path of the HTTP health check request. The default value is /.
    "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based HTTP health check. In addition to the required HTTP 200 (OK) status code, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this specific ASCII response string within the first 1024 bytes of the HTTP response body. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-http
  },
  "httpsHealthCheck": {
    "host": "A String", # The value of the host header in the HTTPS health check request. If left empty (default value), the host header is set to the destination IP address to which health check packets are sent. The destination IP address depends on the type of load balancer. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#hc-packet-dest
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 443. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
    "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
    "requestPath": "A String", # The request path of the HTTPS health check request. The default value is /.
    "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based HTTPS health check. In addition to the required HTTP 200 (OK) status code, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this specific ASCII response string within the first 1024 bytes of the HTTP response body. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-http
  },
  "id": "A String", # [Output Only] The unique identifier for the resource. This identifier is defined by the server.
  "kind": "compute#healthCheck", # Type of the resource.
  "logConfig": { # Configuration of logging on a health check. If logging is enabled, logs will be exported to Stackdriver. # Configure logging on this health check.
    "enable": True or False, # Indicates whether or not to export logs. This is false by default, which means no health check logging will be done.
  },
  "name": "A String", # Name of the resource. Provided by the client when the resource is created. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035. For example, a name that is 1-63 characters long, matches the regular expression `[a-z]([-a-z0-9]*[a-z0-9])?`, and otherwise complies with RFC1035. This regular expression describes a name where the first character is a lowercase letter, and all following characters are a dash, lowercase letter, or digit, except the last character, which isn't a dash.
  "region": "A String", # [Output Only] Region where the health check resides. Not applicable to global health checks.
  "selfLink": "A String", # [Output Only] Server-defined URL for the resource.
  "sslHealthCheck": {
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 443. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
    "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
    "request": "A String", # Instructs the health check prober to send this exact ASCII string, up to 1024 bytes in length, after establishing the TCP connection and SSL handshake.
    "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based SSL health check. In addition to establishing a TCP connection and the TLS handshake, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this exact response ASCII string, up to 1024 bytes in length. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-ssl-tcp
  },
  "tcpHealthCheck": {
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 80. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
    "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
    "request": "A String", # Instructs the health check prober to send this exact ASCII string, up to 1024 bytes in length, after establishing the TCP connection.
    "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based TCP health check. In addition to establishing a TCP connection, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this exact response ASCII string, up to 1024 bytes in length. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-ssl-tcp
  },
  "timeoutSec": 42, # How long (in seconds) to wait before claiming failure. The default value is 5 seconds. It is invalid for timeoutSec to have greater value than checkIntervalSec.
  "type": "A String", # Specifies the type of the healthCheck, either TCP, SSL, HTTP, HTTPS, HTTP2 or GRPC. Exactly one of the protocol-specific health check fields must be specified, which must match type field.
  "unhealthyThreshold": 42, # A so-far healthy instance will be marked unhealthy after this many consecutive failures. The default value is 2.
}

  requestId: string, An optional request ID to identify requests. Specify a unique request ID so that if you must retry your request, the server will know to ignore the request if it has already been completed. For example, consider a situation where you make an initial request and the request times out. If you make the request again with the same request ID, the server can check if original operation with the same request ID was received, and if so, will ignore the second request. This prevents clients from accidentally creating duplicate commitments. The request ID must be a valid UUID with the exception that zero UUID is not supported ( 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000).
  x__xgafv: string, V1 error format.
    Allowed values
      1 - v1 error format
      2 - v2 error format

Returns:
  An object of the form:

    { # Represents an Operation resource. Google Compute Engine has three Operation resources: * [Global](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/globalOperations) * [Regional](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/regionOperations) * [Zonal](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/zoneOperations) You can use an operation resource to manage asynchronous API requests. For more information, read Handling API responses. Operations can be global, regional or zonal. - For global operations, use the `globalOperations` resource. - For regional operations, use the `regionOperations` resource. - For zonal operations, use the `zonalOperations` resource. For more information, read Global, Regional, and Zonal Resources.
  "clientOperationId": "A String", # [Output Only] The value of `requestId` if you provided it in the request. Not present otherwise.
  "creationTimestamp": "A String", # [Deprecated] This field is deprecated.
  "description": "A String", # [Output Only] A textual description of the operation, which is set when the operation is created.
  "endTime": "A String", # [Output Only] The time that this operation was completed. This value is in RFC3339 text format.
  "error": { # [Output Only] If errors are generated during processing of the operation, this field will be populated.
    "errors": [ # [Output Only] The array of errors encountered while processing this operation.
      {
        "code": "A String", # [Output Only] The error type identifier for this error.
        "errorDetails": [ # [Output Only] An optional list of messages that contain the error details. There is a set of defined message types to use for providing details.The syntax depends on the error code. For example, QuotaExceededInfo will have details when the error code is QUOTA_EXCEEDED.
          {
            "errorInfo": { # Describes the cause of the error with structured details. Example of an error when contacting the "pubsub.googleapis.com" API when it is not enabled: { "reason": "API_DISABLED" "domain": "googleapis.com" "metadata": { "resource": "projects/123", "service": "pubsub.googleapis.com" } } This response indicates that the pubsub.googleapis.com API is not enabled. Example of an error that is returned when attempting to create a Spanner instance in a region that is out of stock: { "reason": "STOCKOUT" "domain": "spanner.googleapis.com", "metadata": { "availableRegions": "us-central1,us-east2" } }
              "domain": "A String", # The logical grouping to which the "reason" belongs. The error domain is typically the registered service name of the tool or product that generates the error. Example: "pubsub.googleapis.com". If the error is generated by some common infrastructure, the error domain must be a globally unique value that identifies the infrastructure. For Google API infrastructure, the error domain is "googleapis.com".
              "metadatas": { # Additional structured details about this error. Keys should match /[a-zA-Z0-9-_]/ and be limited to 64 characters in length. When identifying the current value of an exceeded limit, the units should be contained in the key, not the value. For example, rather than {"instanceLimit": "100/request"}, should be returned as, {"instanceLimitPerRequest": "100"}, if the client exceeds the number of instances that can be created in a single (batch) request.
                "a_key": "A String",
              },
              "reason": "A String", # The reason of the error. This is a constant value that identifies the proximate cause of the error. Error reasons are unique within a particular domain of errors. This should be at most 63 characters and match /[A-Z0-9_]+/.
            },
            "help": { # Provides links to documentation or for performing an out of band action. For example, if a quota check failed with an error indicating the calling project hasn't enabled the accessed service, this can contain a URL pointing directly to the right place in the developer console to flip the bit.
              "links": [ # URL(s) pointing to additional information on handling the current error.
                { # Describes a URL link.
                  "description": "A String", # Describes what the link offers.
                  "url": "A String", # The URL of the link.
                },
              ],
            },
            "localizedMessage": { # Provides a localized error message that is safe to return to the user which can be attached to an RPC error.
              "locale": "A String", # The locale used following the specification defined at https://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/bcp/bcp47.txt. Examples are: "en-US", "fr-CH", "es-MX"
              "message": "A String", # The localized error message in the above locale.
            },
            "quotaInfo": { # Additional details for quota exceeded error for resource quota.
              "dimensions": { # The map holding related quota dimensions.
                "a_key": "A String",
              },
              "limit": 3.14, # Current effective quota limit. The limit's unit depends on the quota type or metric.
              "limitName": "A String", # The name of the quota limit.
              "metricName": "A String", # The Compute Engine quota metric name.
            },
          },
        ],
        "location": "A String", # [Output Only] Indicates the field in the request that caused the error. This property is optional.
        "message": "A String", # [Output Only] An optional, human-readable error message.
      },
    ],
  },
  "httpErrorMessage": "A String", # [Output Only] If the operation fails, this field contains the HTTP error message that was returned, such as `NOT FOUND`.
  "httpErrorStatusCode": 42, # [Output Only] If the operation fails, this field contains the HTTP error status code that was returned. For example, a `404` means the resource was not found.
  "id": "A String", # [Output Only] The unique identifier for the operation. This identifier is defined by the server.
  "insertTime": "A String", # [Output Only] The time that this operation was requested. This value is in RFC3339 text format.
  "kind": "compute#operation", # [Output Only] Type of the resource. Always `compute#operation` for Operation resources.
  "name": "A String", # [Output Only] Name of the operation.
  "operationGroupId": "A String", # [Output Only] An ID that represents a group of operations, such as when a group of operations results from a `bulkInsert` API request.
  "operationType": "A String", # [Output Only] The type of operation, such as `insert`, `update`, or `delete`, and so on.
  "progress": 42, # [Output Only] An optional progress indicator that ranges from 0 to 100. There is no requirement that this be linear or support any granularity of operations. This should not be used to guess when the operation will be complete. This number should monotonically increase as the operation progresses.
  "region": "A String", # [Output Only] The URL of the region where the operation resides. Only applicable when performing regional operations.
  "selfLink": "A String", # [Output Only] Server-defined URL for the resource.
  "startTime": "A String", # [Output Only] The time that this operation was started by the server. This value is in RFC3339 text format.
  "status": "A String", # [Output Only] The status of the operation, which can be one of the following: `PENDING`, `RUNNING`, or `DONE`.
  "statusMessage": "A String", # [Output Only] An optional textual description of the current status of the operation.
  "targetId": "A String", # [Output Only] The unique target ID, which identifies a specific incarnation of the target resource.
  "targetLink": "A String", # [Output Only] The URL of the resource that the operation modifies. For operations related to creating a snapshot, this points to the persistent disk that the snapshot was created from.
  "user": "A String", # [Output Only] User who requested the operation, for example: `user@example.com`.
  "warnings": [ # [Output Only] If warning messages are generated during processing of the operation, this field will be populated.
    {
      "code": "A String", # [Output Only] A warning code, if applicable. For example, Compute Engine returns NO_RESULTS_ON_PAGE if there are no results in the response.
      "data": [ # [Output Only] Metadata about this warning in key: value format. For example: "data": [ { "key": "scope", "value": "zones/us-east1-d" }
        {
          "key": "A String", # [Output Only] A key that provides more detail on the warning being returned. For example, for warnings where there are no results in a list request for a particular zone, this key might be scope and the key value might be the zone name. Other examples might be a key indicating a deprecated resource and a suggested replacement, or a warning about invalid network settings (for example, if an instance attempts to perform IP forwarding but is not enabled for IP forwarding).
          "value": "A String", # [Output Only] A warning data value corresponding to the key.
        },
      ],
      "message": "A String", # [Output Only] A human-readable description of the warning code.
    },
  ],
  "zone": "A String", # [Output Only] The URL of the zone where the operation resides. Only applicable when performing per-zone operations.
}
update(project, region, healthCheck, body=None, requestId=None, x__xgafv=None)
Updates a HealthCheck resource in the specified project using the data included in the request.

Args:
  project: string, Project ID for this request. (required)
  region: string, Name of the region scoping this request. (required)
  healthCheck: string, Name of the HealthCheck resource to update. (required)
  body: object, The request body.
    The object takes the form of:

{ # Represents a Health Check resource. Google Compute Engine has two Health Check resources: * [Global](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/healthChecks) * [Regional](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/regionHealthChecks) Internal HTTP(S) load balancers must use regional health checks (`compute.v1.regionHealthChecks`). Traffic Director must use global health checks (`compute.v1.HealthChecks`). Internal TCP/UDP load balancers can use either regional or global health checks (`compute.v1.regionHealthChecks` or `compute.v1.HealthChecks`). External HTTP(S), TCP proxy, and SSL proxy load balancers as well as managed instance group auto-healing must use global health checks (`compute.v1.HealthChecks`). Backend service-based network load balancers must use regional health checks (`compute.v1.regionHealthChecks`). Target pool-based network load balancers must use legacy HTTP health checks (`compute.v1.httpHealthChecks`). For more information, see Health checks overview.
  "checkIntervalSec": 42, # How often (in seconds) to send a health check. The default value is 5 seconds.
  "creationTimestamp": "A String", # [Output Only] Creation timestamp in 3339 text format.
  "description": "A String", # An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.
  "grpcHealthCheck": {
    "grpcServiceName": "A String", # The gRPC service name for the health check. This field is optional. The value of grpc_service_name has the following meanings by convention: - Empty service_name means the overall status of all services at the backend. - Non-empty service_name means the health of that gRPC service, as defined by the owner of the service. The grpc_service_name can only be ASCII.
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
  },
  "healthyThreshold": 42, # A so-far unhealthy instance will be marked healthy after this many consecutive successes. The default value is 2.
  "http2HealthCheck": {
    "host": "A String", # The value of the host header in the HTTP/2 health check request. If left empty (default value), the host header is set to the destination IP address to which health check packets are sent. The destination IP address depends on the type of load balancer. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#hc-packet-dest
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 443. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
    "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
    "requestPath": "A String", # The request path of the HTTP/2 health check request. The default value is /.
    "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based HTTP/2 health check. In addition to the required HTTP 200 (OK) status code, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this specific ASCII response string within the first 1024 bytes of the HTTP response body. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-http
  },
  "httpHealthCheck": {
    "host": "A String", # The value of the host header in the HTTP health check request. If left empty (default value), the host header is set to the destination IP address to which health check packets are sent. The destination IP address depends on the type of load balancer. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#hc-packet-dest
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 80. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Also supported in legacy HTTP health checks for target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
    "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
    "requestPath": "A String", # The request path of the HTTP health check request. The default value is /.
    "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based HTTP health check. In addition to the required HTTP 200 (OK) status code, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this specific ASCII response string within the first 1024 bytes of the HTTP response body. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-http
  },
  "httpsHealthCheck": {
    "host": "A String", # The value of the host header in the HTTPS health check request. If left empty (default value), the host header is set to the destination IP address to which health check packets are sent. The destination IP address depends on the type of load balancer. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#hc-packet-dest
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 443. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
    "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
    "requestPath": "A String", # The request path of the HTTPS health check request. The default value is /.
    "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based HTTPS health check. In addition to the required HTTP 200 (OK) status code, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this specific ASCII response string within the first 1024 bytes of the HTTP response body. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-http
  },
  "id": "A String", # [Output Only] The unique identifier for the resource. This identifier is defined by the server.
  "kind": "compute#healthCheck", # Type of the resource.
  "logConfig": { # Configuration of logging on a health check. If logging is enabled, logs will be exported to Stackdriver. # Configure logging on this health check.
    "enable": True or False, # Indicates whether or not to export logs. This is false by default, which means no health check logging will be done.
  },
  "name": "A String", # Name of the resource. Provided by the client when the resource is created. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035. For example, a name that is 1-63 characters long, matches the regular expression `[a-z]([-a-z0-9]*[a-z0-9])?`, and otherwise complies with RFC1035. This regular expression describes a name where the first character is a lowercase letter, and all following characters are a dash, lowercase letter, or digit, except the last character, which isn't a dash.
  "region": "A String", # [Output Only] Region where the health check resides. Not applicable to global health checks.
  "selfLink": "A String", # [Output Only] Server-defined URL for the resource.
  "sslHealthCheck": {
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 443. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
    "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
    "request": "A String", # Instructs the health check prober to send this exact ASCII string, up to 1024 bytes in length, after establishing the TCP connection and SSL handshake.
    "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based SSL health check. In addition to establishing a TCP connection and the TLS handshake, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this exact response ASCII string, up to 1024 bytes in length. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-ssl-tcp
  },
  "tcpHealthCheck": {
    "port": 42, # The TCP port number to which the health check prober sends packets. The default value is 80. Valid values are 1 through 65535.
    "portName": "A String", # Not supported.
    "portSpecification": "A String", # Specifies how a port is selected for health checking. Can be one of the following values: USE_FIXED_PORT: Specifies a port number explicitly using the port field in the health check. Supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers and backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. The health check supports all backends supported by the backend service provided the backend can be health checked. For example, GCE_VM_IP network endpoint groups, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups, and instance group backends. USE_NAMED_PORT: Not supported. USE_SERVING_PORT: Provides an indirect method of specifying the health check port by referring to the backend service. Only supported by backend services for proxy load balancers. Not supported by target pools. Not supported by backend services for pass-through load balancers. Supports all backends that can be health checked; for example, GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint groups and instance group backends. For GCE_VM_IP_PORT network endpoint group backends, the health check uses the port number specified for each endpoint in the network endpoint group. For instance group backends, the health check uses the port number determined by looking up the backend service's named port in the instance group's list of named ports.
    "proxyHeader": "A String", # Specifies the type of proxy header to append before sending data to the backend, either NONE or PROXY_V1. The default is NONE.
    "request": "A String", # Instructs the health check prober to send this exact ASCII string, up to 1024 bytes in length, after establishing the TCP connection.
    "response": "A String", # Creates a content-based TCP health check. In addition to establishing a TCP connection, you can configure the health check to pass only when the backend sends this exact response ASCII string, up to 1024 bytes in length. For details, see: https://cloud.google.com/load-balancing/docs/health-check-concepts#criteria-protocol-ssl-tcp
  },
  "timeoutSec": 42, # How long (in seconds) to wait before claiming failure. The default value is 5 seconds. It is invalid for timeoutSec to have greater value than checkIntervalSec.
  "type": "A String", # Specifies the type of the healthCheck, either TCP, SSL, HTTP, HTTPS, HTTP2 or GRPC. Exactly one of the protocol-specific health check fields must be specified, which must match type field.
  "unhealthyThreshold": 42, # A so-far healthy instance will be marked unhealthy after this many consecutive failures. The default value is 2.
}

  requestId: string, An optional request ID to identify requests. Specify a unique request ID so that if you must retry your request, the server will know to ignore the request if it has already been completed. For example, consider a situation where you make an initial request and the request times out. If you make the request again with the same request ID, the server can check if original operation with the same request ID was received, and if so, will ignore the second request. This prevents clients from accidentally creating duplicate commitments. The request ID must be a valid UUID with the exception that zero UUID is not supported ( 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000).
  x__xgafv: string, V1 error format.
    Allowed values
      1 - v1 error format
      2 - v2 error format

Returns:
  An object of the form:

    { # Represents an Operation resource. Google Compute Engine has three Operation resources: * [Global](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/globalOperations) * [Regional](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/regionOperations) * [Zonal](/compute/docs/reference/rest/v1/zoneOperations) You can use an operation resource to manage asynchronous API requests. For more information, read Handling API responses. Operations can be global, regional or zonal. - For global operations, use the `globalOperations` resource. - For regional operations, use the `regionOperations` resource. - For zonal operations, use the `zonalOperations` resource. For more information, read Global, Regional, and Zonal Resources.
  "clientOperationId": "A String", # [Output Only] The value of `requestId` if you provided it in the request. Not present otherwise.
  "creationTimestamp": "A String", # [Deprecated] This field is deprecated.
  "description": "A String", # [Output Only] A textual description of the operation, which is set when the operation is created.
  "endTime": "A String", # [Output Only] The time that this operation was completed. This value is in RFC3339 text format.
  "error": { # [Output Only] If errors are generated during processing of the operation, this field will be populated.
    "errors": [ # [Output Only] The array of errors encountered while processing this operation.
      {
        "code": "A String", # [Output Only] The error type identifier for this error.
        "errorDetails": [ # [Output Only] An optional list of messages that contain the error details. There is a set of defined message types to use for providing details.The syntax depends on the error code. For example, QuotaExceededInfo will have details when the error code is QUOTA_EXCEEDED.
          {
            "errorInfo": { # Describes the cause of the error with structured details. Example of an error when contacting the "pubsub.googleapis.com" API when it is not enabled: { "reason": "API_DISABLED" "domain": "googleapis.com" "metadata": { "resource": "projects/123", "service": "pubsub.googleapis.com" } } This response indicates that the pubsub.googleapis.com API is not enabled. Example of an error that is returned when attempting to create a Spanner instance in a region that is out of stock: { "reason": "STOCKOUT" "domain": "spanner.googleapis.com", "metadata": { "availableRegions": "us-central1,us-east2" } }
              "domain": "A String", # The logical grouping to which the "reason" belongs. The error domain is typically the registered service name of the tool or product that generates the error. Example: "pubsub.googleapis.com". If the error is generated by some common infrastructure, the error domain must be a globally unique value that identifies the infrastructure. For Google API infrastructure, the error domain is "googleapis.com".
              "metadatas": { # Additional structured details about this error. Keys should match /[a-zA-Z0-9-_]/ and be limited to 64 characters in length. When identifying the current value of an exceeded limit, the units should be contained in the key, not the value. For example, rather than {"instanceLimit": "100/request"}, should be returned as, {"instanceLimitPerRequest": "100"}, if the client exceeds the number of instances that can be created in a single (batch) request.
                "a_key": "A String",
              },
              "reason": "A String", # The reason of the error. This is a constant value that identifies the proximate cause of the error. Error reasons are unique within a particular domain of errors. This should be at most 63 characters and match /[A-Z0-9_]+/.
            },
            "help": { # Provides links to documentation or for performing an out of band action. For example, if a quota check failed with an error indicating the calling project hasn't enabled the accessed service, this can contain a URL pointing directly to the right place in the developer console to flip the bit.
              "links": [ # URL(s) pointing to additional information on handling the current error.
                { # Describes a URL link.
                  "description": "A String", # Describes what the link offers.
                  "url": "A String", # The URL of the link.
                },
              ],
            },
            "localizedMessage": { # Provides a localized error message that is safe to return to the user which can be attached to an RPC error.
              "locale": "A String", # The locale used following the specification defined at https://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/bcp/bcp47.txt. Examples are: "en-US", "fr-CH", "es-MX"
              "message": "A String", # The localized error message in the above locale.
            },
            "quotaInfo": { # Additional details for quota exceeded error for resource quota.
              "dimensions": { # The map holding related quota dimensions.
                "a_key": "A String",
              },
              "limit": 3.14, # Current effective quota limit. The limit's unit depends on the quota type or metric.
              "limitName": "A String", # The name of the quota limit.
              "metricName": "A String", # The Compute Engine quota metric name.
            },
          },
        ],
        "location": "A String", # [Output Only] Indicates the field in the request that caused the error. This property is optional.
        "message": "A String", # [Output Only] An optional, human-readable error message.
      },
    ],
  },
  "httpErrorMessage": "A String", # [Output Only] If the operation fails, this field contains the HTTP error message that was returned, such as `NOT FOUND`.
  "httpErrorStatusCode": 42, # [Output Only] If the operation fails, this field contains the HTTP error status code that was returned. For example, a `404` means the resource was not found.
  "id": "A String", # [Output Only] The unique identifier for the operation. This identifier is defined by the server.
  "insertTime": "A String", # [Output Only] The time that this operation was requested. This value is in RFC3339 text format.
  "kind": "compute#operation", # [Output Only] Type of the resource. Always `compute#operation` for Operation resources.
  "name": "A String", # [Output Only] Name of the operation.
  "operationGroupId": "A String", # [Output Only] An ID that represents a group of operations, such as when a group of operations results from a `bulkInsert` API request.
  "operationType": "A String", # [Output Only] The type of operation, such as `insert`, `update`, or `delete`, and so on.
  "progress": 42, # [Output Only] An optional progress indicator that ranges from 0 to 100. There is no requirement that this be linear or support any granularity of operations. This should not be used to guess when the operation will be complete. This number should monotonically increase as the operation progresses.
  "region": "A String", # [Output Only] The URL of the region where the operation resides. Only applicable when performing regional operations.
  "selfLink": "A String", # [Output Only] Server-defined URL for the resource.
  "startTime": "A String", # [Output Only] The time that this operation was started by the server. This value is in RFC3339 text format.
  "status": "A String", # [Output Only] The status of the operation, which can be one of the following: `PENDING`, `RUNNING`, or `DONE`.
  "statusMessage": "A String", # [Output Only] An optional textual description of the current status of the operation.
  "targetId": "A String", # [Output Only] The unique target ID, which identifies a specific incarnation of the target resource.
  "targetLink": "A String", # [Output Only] The URL of the resource that the operation modifies. For operations related to creating a snapshot, this points to the persistent disk that the snapshot was created from.
  "user": "A String", # [Output Only] User who requested the operation, for example: `user@example.com`.
  "warnings": [ # [Output Only] If warning messages are generated during processing of the operation, this field will be populated.
    {
      "code": "A String", # [Output Only] A warning code, if applicable. For example, Compute Engine returns NO_RESULTS_ON_PAGE if there are no results in the response.
      "data": [ # [Output Only] Metadata about this warning in key: value format. For example: "data": [ { "key": "scope", "value": "zones/us-east1-d" }
        {
          "key": "A String", # [Output Only] A key that provides more detail on the warning being returned. For example, for warnings where there are no results in a list request for a particular zone, this key might be scope and the key value might be the zone name. Other examples might be a key indicating a deprecated resource and a suggested replacement, or a warning about invalid network settings (for example, if an instance attempts to perform IP forwarding but is not enabled for IP forwarding).
          "value": "A String", # [Output Only] A warning data value corresponding to the key.
        },
      ],
      "message": "A String", # [Output Only] A human-readable description of the warning code.
    },
  ],
  "zone": "A String", # [Output Only] The URL of the zone where the operation resides. Only applicable when performing per-zone operations.
}