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Established Member.. Amrita_priya
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AF cluster secondary server STOP_FAILED

Hi Community,

I am facing issue in starting Application failover cluster.

For secondary server it is saying STOP_FAIL:ED.

Please suggest, attached is the output of nnmcluster -display.

Regards,

Amrita

 

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Dave Young Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: AF cluster secondary server STOP_FAILED

Amrita,

  Firstly I would check out the nnmcluster-history.log file to see what the previous states were to see how NNMi ended up in this state.   As a guess it looks like the standby may have received a new DB backup, tried to stop the running DB, failed to stop, and is now trying to start the DB back up to get into a normal situation. 

  However, knowledge of the state changes leading up to this situation and then a review of the various log files ( postgres, cluster etc ) may throw some light on this.

  I would suggest opening a case with HPE Support and work with them to analyse the logs and restart the standby.

  All the best

Dave Y

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