Difference between revisions of "Site Cluster Restart Services"

From OSNEXUS Online Documentation Site
Jump to: navigation, search
m
m
Line 1: Line 1:
 
QuantaStor appliances manage site clusters using a heartbeat service. If an appliance is reporting an unhealthy or unresponsive cluster state for a specific appliance it can be corrected by restarting the cluster service.
 
QuantaStor appliances manage site clusters using a heartbeat service. If an appliance is reporting an unhealthy or unresponsive cluster state for a specific appliance it can be corrected by restarting the cluster service.
<br><br><b>Warning:</b> Restarting the Cluster service can trigger a failover if a VIF is present on the node, the service should only be restarted if it is in an unhealthy state.
+
<br><br><b>Warning:</b> Restarting the Cluster service can trigger a failover if a VIF is present on the node, the service '''should only be restarted if it is in an unhealthy state.'''
  
 
'''Navigation:''' Cluster Resource Management --> Site Cluster --> Restart Cluster Services ''(toolbar)''
 
'''Navigation:''' Cluster Resource Management --> Site Cluster --> Restart Cluster Services ''(toolbar)''

Revision as of 19:20, 5 September 2019

QuantaStor appliances manage site clusters using a heartbeat service. If an appliance is reporting an unhealthy or unresponsive cluster state for a specific appliance it can be corrected by restarting the cluster service.

Warning: Restarting the Cluster service can trigger a failover if a VIF is present on the node, the service should only be restarted if it is in an unhealthy state.

Navigation: Cluster Resource Management --> Site Cluster --> Restart Cluster Services (toolbar)

Restart Site Cluster 5.4.jpg


Return to the QuantaStor Web Admin Guide