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Some interfaces are missing in the output of "cpstat -f all ha" command on VRRP / OPSec cluster running Gaia OS
Symptoms
  • Some interfaces are missing in the output of "cpstat -f all ha" command on VRRP / OPSec cluster members running Gaia OS compared to the output of Clish command "show vrrp summary" and output of Expert command "cphaprob -a if".

    Example:

    • "cpstat -f all ha" shows 41 VIP addresses
    • "cphaprob -a if" shows 53 VIP addresses
    • "show vrrp summary" shows 54 routers configured
  • The $FWDIR/tmp/cxl_partner_topology_config.txt file contains invalid lines.

    Example:

    CIP bond1.707 192.168.155.65 28 0 0 
    CIP bond1.731 192.168.153.1 26 
    26 
    25 
    25 
    26 0 0 
    CIP bond1.761 192.168.148.65 27 0 0
    
Cause

The "cpstat -f all ha" command on 3rd party / OPSec clusters works in the following way:

  1. The "cpstat -f all ha" command calls the $FWDIR/bin/cxl_create_partner_topology_file shell script.

  2. The $FWDIR/bin/cxl_create_partner_topology_file shell script collects the relevant information and saves it in the $FWDIR/tmp/cxl_partner_topology_config.txt file.

  3. The "cpstat -f all ha" command uses the information saved in the $FWDIR/tmp/cxl_partner_topology_config.txt file and populates the Cluster IPs table and the Sync table.

The $FWDIR/bin/cxl_create_partner_topology_file shell script is not able to collect the relevant information when one VIP address is a sub-string of another VIP address.

Example:

bond1.724       192.168.143.1 
bond1.726       192.168.143.17

Solution
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