All supported Performance Management installations running Fault Tolerant Data Aggregators
The commands shown below will be found in these default paths:
Both commands referenced below must be run when consul proxy services are running on the host it's run on.
To check the proxy/consul membership and connection states run the 'consul members' command. In release 20.2.8 onwards, we moved to token usage for consul, so you need you need to pass -token <token> on command line. The Token is in the file:
So you would run the command as per the following example (Sample output from a support lab running Fault Tolerant Data Aggregators. This is from the consul proxy host.):
Node Address Status Type Build Protocol DC
DA1_HostName <IPAddress>:8301 alive server 0.8.3 2 capm
DA2_HostName <IPAddress>:8301 alive server 0.8.3 2 capm
ProxyHost <IPAddress>:8301 alive server 0.8.3 2 capm
Sample support lab output when one DA is Active and the other is Inactive.
[[email protected] bin]#
Node ID Address State Voter RaftProtocol
lProxyHost <IPAddress>:8300 <IPAddress>:8300 follower true 2
DA1_HostName <IPAddress>:8300 <IPAddress>:8300 leader true 2
DA2_HostName <IPAddress>:8300 <IPAddress>:8300 follower true 2
Also make sure that both TCP and UDP ports are open for ports 8300 and 8301