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    Replacing a Failed Junos Space Node

    This topic provides information about how to replace a failed Junos Space node with a new one. Typically, the status of a failed node is shown as DOWN on the Fabric (Administration > Fabric) page.

    To replace a failed Junos Space node:

    1. Delete the failed node on the Fabric page by using the Delete Fabric Node task. For detailed instructions for deleting a node from a Junos Space cluster, see Deleting a Node from the Junos Space Fabric.

      When you delete a node, a job is triggered. To confirm whether the node is deleted successfully, check the status of this job on the Job Management page.

    2. Depending on whether you are replacing the deleted node with a virtual appliance or a hardware appliance, you can configure deploy the virtual appliance or image the hardware appliance using a USB drive. For more information, refer to the Junos Space virtual appliance or hardware documentation.
    3. On the Junos Space Network Management Platform UI, add the node to the existing Junos Space cluster by using the Administration > Fabric > Add Fabric Node task. For detailed instructions about adding a node to a Junos Space cluster, see Adding a Node to an Existing Junos Space Fabric.

      When you add a node, a job is triggered. To confirm whether the node is added successfully to the existing Junos Space cluster, check the status of this job on the Job Management page. If the job is a success, then the newly added Junos Space node appears on the Fabric page.

    Modified: 2018-02-20