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FortiGate-7000 Handbook

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Verifying that the cluster is synchronized

After the HA cluster is up and running, you can use the following command to confirm that the configurations of the FIMs and FPMs in both FortiGate-7000s in the cluster are synchronized:

diagnose sys confsync showcsum

Run this command from the management board CLI of each FortiGate-7000 in the cluster. The command output displays configuration checksums for the FIMs and FPMs. If the cluster is synchronized, all of the FIMs and FPMs in both ForttiGate-7000s should have the same checksums. As well these checksums should match the checksums shown by the output of the diagnose sys ha ckecksum cluster command.

Note The FortiGate-7000 uses a custom FGCP HA implementation and the diagnose sys ha checksum cluster command may show incorrect checksums so can't be used to check cluster synchronization.

Verifying that the cluster is synchronized

After the HA cluster is up and running, you can use the following command to confirm that the configurations of the FIMs and FPMs in both FortiGate-7000s in the cluster are synchronized:

diagnose sys confsync showcsum

Run this command from the management board CLI of each FortiGate-7000 in the cluster. The command output displays configuration checksums for the FIMs and FPMs. If the cluster is synchronized, all of the FIMs and FPMs in both ForttiGate-7000s should have the same checksums. As well these checksums should match the checksums shown by the output of the diagnose sys ha ckecksum cluster command.

Note The FortiGate-7000 uses a custom FGCP HA implementation and the diagnose sys ha checksum cluster command may show incorrect checksums so can't be used to check cluster synchronization.