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Cisco Bug: CSCvu66192 - Cluster IP Monitor service does not start automatically after a controller VM reboot

Last Modified

Sep 30, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco HyperFlex HX-Series

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Description (partial)

After a controller VM reboot, the Cluster IP Monitor service does not start. This reboot can be part of an upgrade, maintenance, or any activity that requires a controller VM reboot. This can cause issues with access to the HX Connect webpage during an upgrade.

Springpath File System                  ... Running
SCVM Client                             ... Running
System Management Service               ... Running
HyperFlex Connect Server                ... Running
HyperFlex Platform Agnostic Service     ... Running
HyperFlex HyperV Service                ... Not Running
HyperFlex Connect WebSocket Server      ... Running
Platform Service                        ... Running
Replication Services                    ... Not Running
Data Service                            ... Not Running
Cluster IP Monitor                      ... Not Running <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Replication Cluster IP Monitor          ... Not Running
Single Sign On Manager                  ... Running
Stats Cache Service                     ... Running
Stats Aggregator Service                ... Running
Stats Listener Service                  ... Running
Cluster Manager Service                 ... Running
Self Encrypting Drives Service          ... Not Running
Event Listener Service                  ... Running
HX Device Connector                     ... Running
Web Server                              ... Running
Reverse Proxy Server                    ... Running
Job Scheduler                           ... Running
DNS and Name Server Service             ... Running
Stats Web Server                        ... Running

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