Replies posted by christie
Hi skyhi, To use the default ports for remote site/replication you can leave the port field blank. The port numbers used are 2009 and 2020. Please refer to "Configuring a Remote Site" documentation for more information on configuring remote sites. https://portal.nutanix.com/#/page/docs/details?targetId=Web_Console_Guide-NOS_v4_1:wc_remote_site_wc_t.html Kind Regards, Christie
if you have rf=2 containers, then you can only sustain a single node outage within your cluster. if you have 4 nodes per block, a single block failure will mean you hvae 4 nodes down therefore you will likely experience storage unavailability. if you have rf=3 containers, you can sustain a two node outage. however, similar math applies. this is why we offer power supply redundancy per block so you should only experience complete block failure in rare circumstances.
A couple of troubleshooting tips you may way to try if you see issues with cluster_init.html If you can reach cluster_init.html but aren't able to see any nodes discovered: + Try a couple of different browsers such as chrome, safari, firefox if possible + Check if the cvm is advertising with (you can ssh to the cvm via ipv6 or ipv4 if you have configured IPs) nutanix@cvm_All NOS versions_$ ncli cluster discover-nodes nutanix@cvm_NOS 3.5.3+_____$ discover_nodes + If you cannot see the cvm see itself with discover_nodes then the cvm is not advertising and there may a different issue. This is sometimes seen with nodes that have been possibly removed from a cluster previously. + if discover-nodes/discover_nodes works but cluster_init.html does not then you may want to connect your computer / helper VM to the local subnet to rule out any firewall issues. Hope that helps!
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