cluster-info

To view information about clusters in a fabric, use the cluster-info command.


 

Informational Note:  You may configure multiple clusters of switches within a single fabric. However, a switch can participate in only one cluster configuration. For example, switch-1 and switch-2 can participate in cluster-1, and switch-3 and switch-4 can participate in cluster-2, but switch-1 and switch-2 cannot participate in cluster-2 or any other cluster.

Syntax   cluster-info

cluster-name

Displays the name of the cluster.

cluster-node-1

Displays the name of the first switch in the cluster.

cluster-node-2

Displays the name of the second switch in the cluster.

tid

Displays the transaction ID.

ports

Displays the port used to create the cluster configurarion.

Defaults   None

Access   CLI

History   

Version 1.2

Command introduced.

Version 2.1

The parameter, private-link, added.

Version 2.2

The parameter, private-link, deprecated.

History   

Usage   A cluster allows two switches to cooperate in high-availability (HA) deployments. The nodes that form the cluster must be members of the same fabric. Clusters are typically used in conjunction with a virtual link aggregation group (VLAG) that allows links physically connected to two separate switches appear as a single trunk to a third device. The third device can be a switch, server, or any Ethernet device.

Examples  To display information a cluster named, vlag, use the cluster-info command:

CLI network-admin@switch > cluster-info

name:           vlag

state:          online

cluster-node-1: 167772208

cluster-node-2: 167772196

tid:            1

ports:          26

See Also   

cluster-create

cluster-delete

cluster-repeer

cluster-show