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How to know when a cluster member was actived?

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Good Morning!

I have a cluster HA environment like this;

{

[Expert@ckp02:0]# cphaprob stat

Cluster Mode: VSX High Availability (Active Up) with IGMP Membership

Number Unique Address Assigned Load State

1              192.168.5.30 0% Standby
2 (local)  192.168.5.40 100% Active          }

 

I need to know when a clusters member switched standby to active, i need this information with day and hour..

Do We have any commando to see this?

 

Thank you !

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Timothy_Hall
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In R80.20 and later, concise failover history can be shown with the cphaprob show_failover command.  For earlier releases use a filter of "type:Control" for the traffic logs in the SmartConsole, or the clish command show routed cluster-state detailed for failover history.

"Max Capture: Know Your Packets" Video Series
now available at http://www.maxpowerfirewalls.com

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PhoneBoy
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MartinTzvetanov
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When you run cphaprob stat it says when was the last time a failover occur and the reason (I think this started in R80.10). 

You can search the logs by clusterxl or member down or something similar and you'll see the exact timestampts.

Timothy_Hall
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In R80.20 and later, concise failover history can be shown with the cphaprob show_failover command.  For earlier releases use a filter of "type:Control" for the traffic logs in the SmartConsole, or the clish command show routed cluster-state detailed for failover history.

"Max Capture: Know Your Packets" Video Series
now available at http://www.maxpowerfirewalls.com

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