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One node SRX240H chassis cluster powered off

Hi, here at the office we have a cluster with two SRX240H (node0, node1) v. 12.1X44-D60.2, by mistake one of the nodes (node1) was powered off and some changes where made and committed to the active node0.

 

Is it possible to just power on the node1, that is powered off, and make a config syncronization from the active node0?

 

Thank you for your help!

 

Juan.

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Re: One node SRX240H chassis cluster powered off

Hi Juan,

 

yes, you can power on the other node and then do a dummy commit on the other node which is the primary node and was processing the traffic, this way both the nodes will have the same configuration.

Remember not to do any commits on the node which just got rebooted.

However before doing any commits do check the cluster status, the control and the Fab links should be up on both the nodes.

 

 

regards,

Guru Prasad

 

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Re: One node SRX240H chassis cluster powered off

Thank you! worked ok. Just another short question, now the two nodes are ok but in redundancy group 2 the primary/secondary nodes are with different status... node0 is the secondary one. Should I leave this and it's ok or do I need to change it manually ?

 

admin@fw1> show chassis cluster status


Cluster ID: 1 Node Priority Status Preempt Manual failover

Redundancy group: 0 , Failover count: 1
      node0 100 primary no no
      node1 1 secondary no no

 

Redundancy group: 1 , Failover count: 1
      node0 100 primary yes no
      node1 1 secondary yes no

 

Redundancy group: 2 , Failover count: 2
      node0 1 secondary yes no
      node1 100 primary yes no

 

 

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Re: One node SRX240H chassis cluster powered off

i Juan,

 

You can leave it as such. The status you are seeing is because you have configured the RG2 with higher priority for the node 1 and lesser priority for the node 0 and hence the devise with higher priority is prefered over the lower priority.

It is absolutely normal with the output that you are seeing.

 

 

regards,

Guru Prasad

 

 

 

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Re: One node SRX240H chassis cluster powered off

Thank you for you help Guru!

 

Regards,

Juan.