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Posted on 2013-11-03
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I have a question regarding verits cluster,  in the main.cf, we put as this  so when service group starts, it will start on node1.

SystemList = {  node1=1, node2=1, node3=2 }


If  the service group is failover  node2 and if if it fauled on node2,  how do we know where that service group was running?

Basically, how do we find where service group was running except the default node.
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hastatus will show the current location of the service group (for example, for ClusterService the current node is node2, the line with "ONLINE").
[root@node1 ~]# hastatus -sum

-- SYSTEM STATE
-- System               State                Frozen

A  node1                RUNNING              0
A  node2                RUNNING              0

-- GROUP STATE
-- Group           System               Probed     AutoDisabled    State

B  ClusterService  node1                Y          N               OFFLINE
B  ClusterService  node2                Y          N               ONLINE
[root@node1 ~]# 

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by:mokkan
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You are right. How do I find where that service group was running before?
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I think you are going to have to look in the VC logs.

For example,
    halog -cache
on my system writes a lot of log entries, inclusing things like:
    VCS NOTICE V-16-1-10447 Group ClusterService is online on system node1
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ah ok thank a lot.
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