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Status of Virtual Systems is "Active!" and "Down" after configuring Cluster Global ID
Symptoms
  • Output of "cphaprob state" command after configuring Cluster Global ID per sk25977 shows that status of Virtual Systems is "Active!" and "Down".

    Example:

    Virtual Devices Status on each Cluster Member
    =============================================
    
     ID    | Weight| Member1-  | Member2-  | Member3-  | Member4-
           |       | fw01      | fw02      | fw03      | fw04
           |       |           |           |           | [local]
    -------+-------+-----------+-----------+-----------+-----------
     1     | 10    | Active!   | Down      | Down      | Down
     2     | 10    | Active!   | Down      | Down      | Down
    ... ... ...
     6     | 10    | Down      | Active!   | Down      | Down
     7     | 10    | Down      | Down      | Down      | Active!
     8     | 10    | Down      | Down      | Active!   | Down
    
  • Output of "cphaconf cluster_id get" command shows:

    cphaconf cluster_id: WARNING: different values for cluster_id: kernel: XXX ha_boot.conf: YYY
                                  please set cluster_id using the command: "cphaconf cluster_id set <value>"
    
Cause

$FW_BOOT_DIR/ha_boot.conf file on VSX cluster member(s) contains wrong configuration (unrecognized parameters / values).

Example:

ha_installed 1
cluster_id   6
p_mode broadcast
ccp_mode broadcast

Solution
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