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Handbook

Monitoring an HA cluster

You can view HA status from the system dashboard. Go to System > Dashboard > Main and hover over the Standalone tab on the top right. See Detail will appear. Click it.

HA Status page

You can use also use log messages, alert emails, and SNMP to monitor HA events, such as when failover has occurred. The system logs HA node status changes as follows:

  • When HA is initialized: HA device Init
  • When a member joins a group: Member (FAD2HD3A12000003) join to the HA group
  • When the HA configuration is changed from standalone to an active-passive or active-active cluster mode: HA device into Slave mode

The following figure shows FortiADC HA event objects in an SNMP manager.

FortiADC HA event objects in an SNMP manager

Monitoring an HA cluster

You can view HA status from the system dashboard. Go to System > Dashboard > Main and hover over the Standalone tab on the top right. See Detail will appear. Click it.

HA Status page

You can use also use log messages, alert emails, and SNMP to monitor HA events, such as when failover has occurred. The system logs HA node status changes as follows:

  • When HA is initialized: HA device Init
  • When a member joins a group: Member (FAD2HD3A12000003) join to the HA group
  • When the HA configuration is changed from standalone to an active-passive or active-active cluster mode: HA device into Slave mode

The following figure shows FortiADC HA event objects in an SNMP manager.

FortiADC HA event objects in an SNMP manager