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xharryooo (Programmer) (OP)
4 Dec 09 14:49
I have an AVAYA S8700 & the standby server is out of service. When I do server status it says Mode: Not Ready. Using the Web Maintenance Interface how can I put this back in service? Thanks

                                 SERVER STATUS

                                Duplicated? yes
                            Standby Busied? no
                         Standby Refreshed? no
                         Standby Shadowing: off
                          Duplication Link: half
       Elapsed Time since Init/Interchange: 1d 10:00:22    (curbs in)

               BAEserver2                              BAEserver1

           Mode: Active                            Mode: Not Ready
   Major Alarms: yes                       Major Alarms: no
   Minor Alarms: yes                       Minor Alarms: no
Control Network:  1 /  1                Control Network:  0 /  0
Server Hardware: okay                   Server Hardware:         
      Processes: okay                         Processes:         

 
 
AvayaTier3 (TechnicalUser)
4 Dec 09 15:08
You cannot do anything for that from the web interface.
Power down the standby, then power it back up.  

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