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HA issues since upgrade to 4.1.8

L4 Transporter

Hi.

I have two 2020's in a HA configuration.

On software 4.1.7, when I modified configurations etc, the synchronisation worked just fine - every change was automatically synched to the passive node on commit.

Now that I've upgraded to 4.1.8, more than half the time I commit a config change, it does *not* synch to the passive pair, and I have to remember to do it manually.

My physical configuration has not changed - both HA ports are connected via crossover cables, and the links are up - the config just doesn't synch when I commit it.

Anyone else seen this? Is it some bug in 4.1.8? Or is there some tweak to my HA config I need to apply?

Thanks

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L6 Presenter

You are hitting a bug on 4.1.8 where the HA configuration sync will not happen automatically and this have to be done manually. Please open a ticket with support so that we can direct you to the fix.

Thanks,

Sandeep T

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L7 Applicator

Believe this is a known issue with 4.1.8.  You can force a sync with the CLI command "request high-availability sync-to-remote running-config".  This is fixed in 4.1.8-h3.  If you open a case with TAC, they can unlock that version for you. 

You can sync is by using the HA widget from the GUI interface too - which I do - and it works fine. I'll log a case and see how I go.

thanks.

L6 Presenter

You are hitting a bug on 4.1.8 where the HA configuration sync will not happen automatically and this have to be done manually. Please open a ticket with support so that we can direct you to the fix.

Thanks,

Sandeep T

I have just got off the phone doing that. Thanks for the input.

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