HA diagnose commands

HA diagnose commands

You can use the following diagnose command to display a data about a cluster:

diagnose sys ha dump-by {all-xdb | all-vcluster| rcache | all-group |

memory | debug-zone | vdom | kernel | device | stat| sesync}

The example out put below is from a cluster of two FortiGate-5001Cs. In this cluster the base1 and base2 interfaces communicate the HA heartbeat and port monitoring has been added to poort1.

 

allxdb

This command displays information about the current configuration of the cluster and how its operating. You can use the out to determine the primary unit, the state of port monitoring as well as most cluster configuration details and status.

diagnose sys ha dump-by all-xdb HA information. idx=1,nxentry=2,linkfails=7,flags=0,digest=7.72.e3.2e.8e.d1…

 

xentry FG-5KC3E13800046 nhbdev=2,nventry=0, hops=0. base1, 50, mac=0.9.f,bc.e.6c, neighbor=1.

id=FG-5KC3E13800084, mac=0.9.f,bc.11.18. base2, 50, mac=0.9.f,bc.e.71, neighbor=1. id=FG-5KC3E13800084, mac=0.9.f,bc.11.1d.

xentry FG-5KC3E13800084 nhbdev=2,nventry=1, hops=1. base1, 50, mac=0.9.f,bc.11.18, neighbor=1.

id=FG-5KC3E13800046, mac=0.9.f,bc.e.6c. base2, 50, mac=0.9.f,bc.11.1d, neighbor=1. id=FG-5KC3E13800046, mac=0.9.f,bc.e.71. npath=1,FG-5KC3E13800084

ventry idx=0,id=1,FG-5KC3E13800084,prio=128,0,claimed=0,override=0,flag=0,time=12974,mon=0 mondev=port1,50

idx=0,nxentry=2,linkfails=7,flags=3,digest=7.95.b.9.a8.5d… xentry FG-5KC3E13800084 nhbdev=2,nventry=1, hops=0.

base1, 50, mac=0.9.f,bc.11.18, neighbor=1. id=FG-5KC3E13800046, mac=0.9.f,bc.e.6c. base2, 50, mac=0.9.f,bc.11.1d, neighbor=1. id=FG-5KC3E13800046, mac=0.9.f,bc.e.71.

ventry idx=0,id=1,FG-5KC3E13800084,prio=128,0,claimed=0,override=0,flag=0,time=12974,mon=0 mondev=port1,50

xentry FG-5KC3E13800046 nhbdev=2,nventry=1, hops=1. base1, 50, mac=0.9.f,bc.e.6c, neighbor=1.

id=FG-5KC3E13800084, mac=0.9.f,bc.11.18. base2, 50, mac=0.9.f,bc.e.71, neighbor=1. id=FG-5KC3E13800084, mac=0.9.f,bc.11.1d. npath=1,FG-5KC3E13800046

ventry idx=0,id=1,FG-5KC3E13800046,prio=128,0,claimed=0,override=0,flag=0,time=2,mon=0 mondev=port1,50

 

allvcluster

This command displays the status and configuration of the individual cluster units. You can use the output of this command to determine the primary unit and the status of each cluster unit.

diagnose sys ha dump-by all-vcluster

HA information.

vcluster id=1, nventry=2, state=work, digest=5.f8.d1.63.4d.d2…

ventry idx=0,id=1,FG-5KC3E13800046,prio=128,0,claimed=0,override=0,flag=1,time=0,mon=0 mondev=port1,50

ventry idx=1,id=1,FG-5KC3E13800084,prio=128,0,claimed=0,override=0,flag=0,time=12974,mon=0

 

stat

This command displays some statistics about how well the cluster is functioning. Information includes packet counts, memory use, failed links and ping failures.

diagnose sys ha dump-by stat

HA information.

packet count = 1, memory = 220.

check_linkfails = 0, linkfails = 0, check_pingsvrfails = 2822 bufcnt = -5, bufmem = 0

 


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