'HA Group 1: Running configuration not synchronized after failure'

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L3 Networker

'HA Group 1: Running configuration not synchronized after failure'

Hi All,

 

I guess it is expected for the device to throw the error message below:

 

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Thanks,

Myky

Community Manager

Re: 'HA Group 1: Running configuration not synchronized after failure'

would need a little more context

 

did a local commit fail due to an error? in which case it is expected the (failed) config is not synced


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L3 Networker

Re: 'HA Group 1: Running configuration not synchronized after failure'

How can l check that? 

 

There was a commit lock, just 7 seconds before this alert was triggered:

 

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Thanks,

Myky

 

Community Manager

Re: 'HA Group 1: Running configuration not synchronized after failure'

if the system log is not providing more details you could check the jobs/tasks or the ms.log for more details


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Re: 'HA Group 1: Running configuration not synchronized after failure'

Hi @reaper 

 

Not sure how to interpret this:

HA_issue.PNG

 

Community Manager

Re: 'HA Group 1: Running configuration not synchronized after failure'

not entirely sure, you'll want to take a look at the peer's ms.log and compare what is happening on both sides


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Re: 'HA Group 1: Running configuration not synchronized after failure'

Hi again guys,

 

Logs from the spare unit don't mean much to me:

 

passive_unit_logs.PNG

 

This was a one-time instance. If it occurs again we will get TAC involved.

 

Thanks again,

Myky

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