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AyGit
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CloudGuard Cluster member re-creation

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Hi,

I'm trying to find the best practice for CloudGuard Solution Family Cluster member in AWS/Azure/GCP which crash and which has to be created again.

Did you ever been faced with this case? Which action have you taken in order to not disturb the functioning with the routing, LB, ... with CSP? 

 

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AyGitci

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Nir_Shamir
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Hi,

Well I never had an issue with one member before but the best practice is to deploy a new Cluster , change the surrounding environment to work with the new Cluster by changing routes , VPNs etc. and then destroy the faulty Cluster.

There are too many components and configuration to add to a new Single Gateway in the Cloud in order to replace it with a faulty one in a Cluster. The easiest , quickest safest way is just to replace the whole Cluster.

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Nir_Shamir
Employee
Employee

Hi,

Well I never had an issue with one member before but the best practice is to deploy a new Cluster , change the surrounding environment to work with the new Cluster by changing routes , VPNs etc. and then destroy the faulty Cluster.

There are too many components and configuration to add to a new Single Gateway in the Cloud in order to replace it with a faulty one in a Cluster. The easiest , quickest safest way is just to replace the whole Cluster.