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aiohealthcheck: super-simple TCP health-check endpoint

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This tiny module provides a simple TCP endpoint, suitable for a healthcheck in your microservice application. All it provides is a simple TCP endpoint on a port to allow a container orchestration service to connect to, to verify that the application is up.


Pretty much just start up a long-lived task with the provided tcp_health_endpoint() coroutine function:


The internal TCP server will be shut down when the task is cancelled, e.g., during your app’s shutdown sequence.

Kubernetes Example Configuration

- name: liveness-port
  containerPort: 5000
    port: liveness-port
  initialDelaySeconds: 15
  periodSeconds: 20

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