I notice that you don't appear to specify a specific uri for your HTTP head requests to the servers.
This can sometimes cause issues if your web server doesn't have a default web page set. The CSS when it makes keepalive http request is looking for a 200 reply code, and if it gets any other code will mark the service as down.
What we do is put a basic text file called id.html in the root of our webservers. It contains some useful troubleshooting info as it says "I'm server XXXX listening on port YYYY". Then our service definition has the lines:
keepalive type http
keepalive uri "/id.html"
An added plus to this is that if you're ever troubleshooting, you can try and access the id.html i.e. http://www.yoursite.com/id.html, and the response will tell you the actual web server to which you were connected.
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