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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.
(\n)(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.(/b)
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Revision as of 13:07, 3 April 2017

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. <\n>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.


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