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Generic Guidelines for Using JDM Server Commands

 

The following are general guidelines on how to use the JDM server commands:

  • Append all-servers to an operational command to take action on both the servers. Example: request virtual-network-functions gnf1 restart all-servers.

  • Append server0 or server1 to an operational command to take action on server0 or server1. Example: request virtual-network-functions gnf1 restart server0.

    By default, the operational commands work only on the local JDM.

  • Use the commit synchronize command to ensure that the configuration committed on one server is synchronized with the other server. The synchronization is bidirectional. A JDM configuration change at either of the servers is synchronized with the other server. When a virtual machine (VM) is instantiated, the GNF-re0 VM instance starts on server0 and the GNF-re1 VM instance starts on server1.

    Note

    If you do not use the commit synchronize command, you must configure and manage the VMs on both the servers manually.