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HUAWEI CLOUD Stack 6.5.0 Troubleshooting Guide 02

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ETCD Residual Data

ETCD Residual Data


The configuration file on the elb_lvs or elb_nginx node is inconsistent with that in the database.

Possible Causes

Redundant key data exists for ETCD services.


  1. Use PuTTY to log in to the netcluster_elb_api_vm_1_01 node.

    The default username is elb and the default password is cnp200@HW.

  2. Run the following command to process residual data:

    curl {mgt_plane_ip}:8081/etcd_db_info_checked?operate=manual | python -m json.tool

    Replace {mgt_plane_ip} in the command with the management plane IP address of the elb_api node.

    The following information is displayed:

        "result": { 
          "absent": [ 
              "htype": "nginx-l7", 
              "listener_id": "19c6559e1a9644729ca5be987cd108be", 
              "operate": "updated" 
         "nginxcluster": { 
             "absent": {}, 
             "redundant": {} 
         "redundant": [ 
                "htype": "nginx-l7", 
                "listener_id": "9818360284e642b5a0bfa549e48b11d0", 
                "modifiedIndex": 14584, 
                "operate": "deleted" 
                "htype": "lvs-l7", 
                "listener_id": "9818360284e642b5a0bfa549e48b11d0", 
                "modifiedIndex": 14583, 
                "operate": "deleted" 
         "status": 200 

    redundant indicates residual data records. If the value of operate is deleted, a specified residual data record has been deleted.

Updated: 2019-06-01

Document ID: EDOC1100062375

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