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kb1
Collaborator

query regarding failover status for the output "show routed cluster-state detailed"

Can anyone tell me which part of the command output shows when was the last failover and the reason for the failover(gateway is running on R77.30)-

 

show routed cluster-state detailed

Cluster: Clustered
Master/Slave: Master
Sync IP: 172.31.254.1
Cluster Sync: Synchronized
Last Sent: INIT_STATE_FIN
Last Received: MASTER_INIT_STATE_REQ

Cluster VIPs
Interface IPv4 Address Global IPv6 Address
eth2.50x 10.x.x.x None
eth2.50x 10.x.x.x None
eth2.50x 10.x.x.x None
eth2.50x 10.x.x.x None
eth2.50x 10.x.x.x None
eth2.50x 10.x.x.x None
eth4 10.x.x.x None

Cluster Members: 2

Member ID Member Address
2 172.31.254.2

Current time:
Mar 25 13:58:45

Cluster State Change History
Timestamp State Change Type
Mar 24 16:51:49 Slave to Master
Mar 24 16:51:49 Slave to Master

Cluster State SIGQUIT History
Timestamp SIGQUIT Change Type
Mar 25 10:38:59 Master to Master
Mar 25 10:38:59 Master to Master
Mar 25 10:38:59 Master to Master
Mar 25 10:38:59 Master to Master
Mar 25 10:38:53 Master to Master
Mar 25 10:38:53 Master to Master
Mar 25 10:38:53 Master to Master
Mar 25 10:38:53 Master to Master
Mar 25 10:38:53 Master to Master
Mar 25 10:38:53 Master to Master
Mar 25 10:38:53 Master to Master
Mar 25 10:38:53 Master to Master
Mar 25 10:38:53 Master to Master
Mar 25 10:38:53 Master to Master
Mar 25 10:38:53 Master to Master
Mar 25 10:38:53 Master to Master
Mar 25 10:38:53 Master to Master
Mar 25 10:38:53 Master to Master
Mar 25 10:38:53 Master to Master
Mar 25 10:38:53 Master to Master

Cluster Routed Pnote Change History
Timestamp Routed Pnote Event Description
Jan 20 17:17:17 OK DR Isn't Configured [OK]

Cluster Routed Pnote History
Timestamp Routed Pnote Event Description
Mar 25 10:38:59 OK Master: Sigquit Received [OK]
Mar 25 10:38:59 OK Master: Sigquit Received [OK]
Mar 25 10:38:53 OK Master: Sigquit Received [OK]
Mar 25 10:38:53 OK Master: Sigquit Received [OK]
Mar 25 10:38:53 OK Master: Sigquit Received [OK]
Mar 25 10:38:53 OK Master: Sigquit Received [OK]
Mar 25 10:38:53 OK Master: Sigquit Received [OK]
Mar 25 10:38:53 OK Master: Sigquit Received [OK]
Mar 25 10:38:53 OK Master: Sigquit Received [OK]
Mar 25 10:38:53 OK Master: Sigquit Received [OK]
Mar 25 10:38:53 OK Master: Sigquit Received [OK]
Mar 25 10:38:53 OK Master: Sigquit Received [OK]
Mar 24 16:56:47 OK Master: Sigquit Received [OK]
Mar 24 16:51:49 OK Master: Sigquit Received [OK]
Mar 24 16:51:49 OK Master: Sigquit Received [OK]

 

Thank You.

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PhoneBoy
Admin
Admin

I believe we added that to a future version, but you’d have to look at /var/log/messages otherwise.

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G_W_Albrecht
Legend
Legend

Mar 24 16:51:49 Slave to Master

Mar 24 16:51:49 OK Master: Sigquit Received [OK]

 

 

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kb1
Collaborator

Does it show anywhere the reason why it happened or do I have to do a /var/log/messages to see the reason?

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PhoneBoy
Admin
Admin

You have to look at /var/log/messages.
Like I said: believe we added this to a more recent version (R80.40, I think).

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