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Campus Manager and cluster-member switches

Hi,

I have several clusters defined, all switches (commanders and members) are in the DCR with their own IP address and are managed by RME and DFM as standalone hosts.

In Campus Manager, only the commanders are shown, I've tried to put the members in the "Include devices" list, but they're still in 'not managed' state.

any idea is welcome, I'm running LMS3.2, CM5.2.0 on Win2003

Stéph

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Cisco Employee

Re: Campus Manager and cluster-member switches

With this property set to ON, Campus will try and auto-detect cluster properties.  Set it to OFF, then reinitialize the topology portion of the ANI database. Then run a new Campus Data Collection.  To reinitialize the topology portion of the ANI database run:

NMSROOT/bin/perl NMSROOT/campus/bin/reinitdb.pl
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Cisco Employee

Re: Campus Manager and cluster-member switches

What is the value of Discovery.Cluster in NMSROOT/campus/etc/cwsi/ANIServer.properties?

Community Member

Re: Campus Manager and cluster-member switches

#To enable or disable Cluster discovery
Discovery.Cluster=ON

Cisco Employee

Re: Campus Manager and cluster-member switches

With this property set to ON, Campus will try and auto-detect cluster properties.  Set it to OFF, then reinitialize the topology portion of the ANI database. Then run a new Campus Data Collection.  To reinitialize the topology portion of the ANI database run:

NMSROOT/bin/perl NMSROOT/campus/bin/reinitdb.pl
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Re: Campus Manager and cluster-member switches

Works fine

Thanks

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