I am having an issue that I can't find an answer for.
We have for xi50 DataPower in a AO cluster. The Active DataPower is not balancing load to the other DataPowers in the clusters.
I have checked everything I can think of.
When I look in the self-balanced-status on the active appliance I see that the other DataPowers are show with a weight or 0, so they will not be balanced to.
I have reloaded and rebooted one of the passive DataPowers with no change.
I then started taking packet captures. I can see the HSRP traffic between the DataPowers and I can see the broadcast traffic when I quiesce and unquiesce an application domain on on of the standby DataPowers, but nothing changes.
Any suggestion what can cause this issue.
This is happening in Production, so I will reload the active DataPower tonight to see if that fixes the problem.
Not happy with this as I would like to understand why, but production is production.
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Updated on 2012-04-25T10:23:28Z at 2012-04-25T10:23:28Z by HermannSW
swlinn 100000E7QE1348 Posts
Re: Active member in AO self-balance cluster not balancing the load2012-04-25T00:37:26ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.There has been APARs related to the weight of a member being stuck at zero which have been fixed in recent fixpacks. What is your firmware version? I agree with Hermann that a PMR will verify your situation is the same as on fixed previously, but my bet is an upgrade to the latest fixpack will work for you.
HermannSW 2700006U545217 Posts
Re: Active member in AO self-balance cluster not balancing the load2012-04-25T10:23:28ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- swlinn 100000E7QE
APAR IC80760 "NETWORK STANDBY GROUP SELF BALANCED MEMBER WEIGHT CAN BECOME STUCK AT 1", fixed in 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168, and 22.214.171.124