Manually Failing Over the Network Management Services to the Standby Site
You may need to fail over the network management services to the standby site even when the active site is fully operational. You execute the jmp-dr manualFailover command at the standby site to fail over the network management services to the standby site. When the failover is complete, the standby site becomes the new active site.
We recommend that you check the status of the disaster recovery configuration before and after executing the jmp-dr manualFailover command. To do so, execute the jmp-dr health command at both sites.
To manually fail over the network management services to the standby site:
- Log in to the CLI of the Junos Space node at the standby
site on which the VIP or the eth0:0 interface is configured.
The Junos Space Settings Menu is displayed.
- Enter 6 (if you are using a
hardware appliance) or 7 (if you are using
a virtual appliance) at the Junos Space Settings Menu prompt to run
The following is a sample output from a virtual appliance:
firstname.lastname@example.org's password: Last login: Mon Aug 17 06:17:58 2015 from 10.206.41.42 Welcome to the Junos Space network settings utility. Initializing, please wait Junos Space Settings Menu 1> Change Password 2> Change Network Settings 3> Change Time Options 4> Retrieve Logs 5> Security 6> Expand VM Drive Size 7> (Debug) run shell A> Apply changes Q> Quit R> Redraw Menu Choice [1-7,AQR]: 7
You are prompted to enter the administrator password.
- Enter the administrator password.
- Type jmp-dr manualFailover at the shell prompt and press Enter.
- Enter Yes.
The following is a sample output:
[user1@host]# jmp-dr manualFailover Do you really want to start manual failover: Yes Check DR state of this site: started INFO: => switchover DR at current site: active Stop dr-watchdog if it's running [ OK ] Check status of DR remote site: up Check current DR role: standby Restore configuration files [ OK ] Setup MySQL replication: master-master [ OK ] Skip MySQL data backup [ OK ] Setup PostgreSQL replication [ OK ] Start file & RRD replication [ OK ] Open firewall for device traffic [ OK ] Start services(jboss,jboss-dc,etc.) [ OK ] Start dr-watchdog [ OK ] Copy files to DR slave site [ OK ] Update DR role of current site: active [ OK ] INFO: => switchover DR at DR remote site: standby Check DR state of this site: started Stop dr-watchdog if it's running [ OK ] Check status of DR remote site: up Check current DR role: active Stop services(jboss,jboss-dc,etc.) [ OK ] Block firewall for device traffic [ OK ] Reset MySQL init script and stop replication [ OK ] Skip MySQL data restore [ OK ] Setup MySQL replication and start replication [ OK ] Setup PostgreSQL replication [ OK ] Start files & RRD replication [ OK ] Start dr-watchdog [ OK ] Clean up /var/cache/jmp-geo/incoming [ OK ] Update DR role of current site: standby [ OK ] The manualFailover command is done. The manualFailover command is done.
The standby site becomes the new active site.
If you have made any NAT-related updates in any of the disaster recovery sites, after a manual failover, run the following commands to ensure that NAT devices work seamlessly with the new active site:
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Run the following command on the VIP node to update the changed standby cluster device management, NAT, and IP configuration on the current active site: