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Does the controller state have an Active-Stanby configuration?

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Applies to

  • FAS8200
  • ONTAP9.1P10

Issue

  1. Check the HA status with the "storage failover show" command.There is no Active-Stanby distinction.

Example:

cluster1::> storage failover show
Takeover
Node Partner Possible State
-------------- -------------- -------- -------------------------------------
node0 node1 true Connected to node1
node1 node0 true Connected to node0
2 entries were displayed.

  1. "Sysconfig -a" log shows that it is composed of Multi-Path HA.

Example:

NodeA
NetApp Release 9.1P10: Tue Nov 14 05:43:47 PST 2017
 System ID: **** (****01); partner ID: **** (****-02)
 System Serial Number: **** (****-01)
 System Rev: A3
 System Storage Configuration: Multi-Path HA
 System ACP Connectivity: Inband Active

NodeB
NetApp Release 9.1P10: Tue Nov 14 05:43:47 PST 2017
 System ID: **** (****-02); partner ID: ****(****-01)
 System Serial Number: **** (****-02)
 System Rev: A3
 System Storage Configuration: Multi-Path HA
 System ACP Connectivity: Inband Active

 

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