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Old 11-06-2014, 10:07 AM
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Question IDE cli ha commands

Can anyone explain the following cli commands on IDE 9.0.2 Ignition Servers?

ha suspend
ha resume

I do not see any documentation regarding these commands.

I am looking for the best way to force my VIP to my secondary server in the HA pair.

Would this be a good command to use? suspend on the primary?

I notice there is a priority # when looking at the output of "show ha".

Can I change the priority # to force movement of the VIP?
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Old 11-06-2014, 10:09 PM
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The Ignition Server CLI commands for HA as well as a number of other CLI-based options are undocumented and only to be used at the direction of Avaya support services.

Both options you have noted should not be used in a production environment as a break in HA functionality may occur and can only be recoverable via Dashboard or in some cases, redeployment of the virtual nodes.

Assuming your service interface is being used for both HA nodes, disabling the service interface of the primary node is the quickest method to move the VIP as you desire. There is no manual failover option as far as I am aware.
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