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CloudEC V600R019C00 Troubleshooting (Enterprise On-premises, Convergent Conference)

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Failure to Query the Address Book Because a Host Is Faulty for a Long Time

Failure to Query the Address Book Because a Host Is Faulty for a Long Time

Symptom

The address book fails to be queried because a host (a maximum of two USMHTTP VMs are deployed) is faulty for a long time.

Possible Causes

The address book data uses N+1 backup. The address book data is stored on each USMHTTP VM, and each VM stores only part of the address book data. When two USMHTTP VMs are faulty, some address book data may be lost or the cluster status may be abnormal.

Troubleshooting Method

Run the GET LOG: LT=ALL; command to obtain the run logs of all USMHTTP VMs and check whether exception logs exist in RUNLOG\elasticsearch.

Solution

  1. Run the DSP MODULE: DEPLOYTYPE=HOST; command to check whether all modules after host replacement are running properly.
  2. After the query result shows that the host status is normal, run STR REDUNDANCE to resynchronize data to the ES.
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Updated: 2019-08-07

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