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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

Monitoring HA status

Go to System Settings > HA to monitor the status of the FortiManager units in an HA cluster. The FortiManager HA status pane displays information about the role of each cluster unit, the HA status of the cluster, and the HA configuration of the cluster.

The FortiManager GUI browser window title changes to indicate that the FortiManager unit is operating in HA mode. The following text is added to the title HA (Group ID: <group_id>). Where <group_id> is the HA Group ID.

You can use the CLI command get system ha to display the same HA status information.

The following information is displayed:

Cluster Status

The cluster status can be Up if this unit is received HA heartbeat packets from all of its configured peers. The cluster status will be Down if the cluster unit is not receiving HA heartbeat packets from one or more of its configured peers.

Mode

The role of the FortiManager unit in the cluster. The role can be:

  • Master: for the primary (or master) unit.
  • Slave: for the backup units.

Module Data Synchronized

The amount of data synchronized between this cluster unit and other cluster units.

Pending Module Data

The amount of data waiting to be synchronized between this cluster unit and other cluster units.

Monitoring HA status

Go to System Settings > HA to monitor the status of the FortiManager units in an HA cluster. The FortiManager HA status pane displays information about the role of each cluster unit, the HA status of the cluster, and the HA configuration of the cluster.

The FortiManager GUI browser window title changes to indicate that the FortiManager unit is operating in HA mode. The following text is added to the title HA (Group ID: <group_id>). Where <group_id> is the HA Group ID.

You can use the CLI command get system ha to display the same HA status information.

The following information is displayed:

Cluster Status

The cluster status can be Up if this unit is received HA heartbeat packets from all of its configured peers. The cluster status will be Down if the cluster unit is not receiving HA heartbeat packets from one or more of its configured peers.

Mode

The role of the FortiManager unit in the cluster. The role can be:

  • Master: for the primary (or master) unit.
  • Slave: for the backup units.

Module Data Synchronized

The amount of data synchronized between this cluster unit and other cluster units.

Pending Module Data

The amount of data waiting to be synchronized between this cluster unit and other cluster units.