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    Recovering a Failed Primary High-availability (HA) Flow Processor

    You can recover a failed primary high-availability (HA) JSA Flow Processor.

    1. Install all necessary hardware.
    2. Choose one of the following options:
      • Connect a notebook to the serial port on the rear of the appliance. For more information, see Notebook Hyperterminal Connections.

      • Connect a keyboard and monitor to their respective ports.

    3. Turn on the system and login: Username: root
    4. Press Enter.
    5. Press the Spacebar to advance each window then type yes to accept the agreement and press Enter.
    6. Select HA Recovery Setup. Select Next and press Enter.
    7. Select your time zone continent or area. Select Next and press Enter.
    8. Select your time zone region. Select Next and press Enter.
    9. Select IPv4. Select Next and press Enter.

      Note: Each interface with a physical link is denoted with a plus (+) symbol.

    10. Select the management interface. Select Next and press Enter.
    11. Type the Cluster Virtual IP address, then select Next and press Enter. For more information, see Viewing HA Cluster IP Addresses.
    12. Configure the JSA network settings. .
    13. Select Next and press Enter.
    14. Configure the JSA root password.
    15. Log in to the JSA user interface.
    16. Restore the failed primary HA host. For more information about restoring a failed primary HA host, see Verifying the Status Of Primary and Secondary Hosts.

    Modified: 2017-09-13