We have 2 WAAS central managers in our deployment in different data centres.
The secondary has recently been removed as it was EOL and a new WAVE594 bought to replace it.
Unfortunately the old standby central manager is still listed in the primary central manager showing as Inactive.
We would like to register the brand new backup central manager with the primary central manager (using a new hostname but same IP) but as the old one is still in there we are unable to as we get the following error message when doing a "cms enable":
Registering WAAS Central Manager...
Sending device registration request to Central Manager with address 10.x.x.x
Registration record for this device already exists or other nodes share the foll
owing information with this node: Certificate hash already used by device xxxxx (CdmConfig_20188158); Mac 50:3d:xx:xx:xx:xx already used by device xxxxxx(CdmConfig_20188158); Ip address xxxxxxx#10.x.x.x already used by
register: Registration failed(512).
cms: unable to register node
FAILED to enable management services
Please can someone advise how we can remove the old standby central manager from the primary so we can register it's replacement? Deleting it from the central manager GUI has no effect even after a reload it is still listed.
We do use the identity recover procedure for replacing accelerators sometimes. Unfortunately it doesn't seem to be an option for standby central managers as the option to mark it as replaceable on the GUI is not there.
If you know a CLI method to mark the secondary central manager as replaceable I'd be glad to try it though but I think this method is only for accelerators.
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