Error Message %ACE-2-727012: HA: FT Group group ID changed state to NewState. Reason:
Table 2-2 NewState Values and Descriptions
The initial state. Visible only when the configuration for the FT group exists but it is not in service.
After you enter the inservice command when you are configuring an FT group, the ACE enters the ELECT state. The redundancy state machine negotiates with its peer context in the FT group to determine the redundancy role (active or standby)
The active member of the FT group.
This state can be entered if:
•FT VLAN is down but the peer device is still alive.
•Configuration or application state synchronization failure have occurred.
The standby context is waiting to receive configuration information. Upon entering this state, the active context will be notified to send a copy of the running configuration.
The standby context is waiting to receive state information. Upon entering this state, the active context will be notified to send a copy of the current states information for all applications.
The standby context is ready to become active in a failover situation.
Values returned for the reason strvariable can be one of the following:
Check from the above ID onwards for more details around ft status.
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