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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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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.

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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.

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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.

Book "Max Power 2020: Check Point Firewall Performance Optimization" Third Edition
Now Available at www.maxpowerfirewalls.com

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