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13 Monitoring Failover Manager

Use the EFM Cluster Name field to specify the name of the Failover Manager cluster. The cluster name is the prefix of the name of the cluster properties file. For example, if your cluster properties file is named efm.properties, your cluster name is efm.
Use the EFM Installation Path field to specify the location of the Failover Manager binary file. By default, the Failover Manager binary file is installed in /usr/efm-2.1/bin.
The Failover Manager Cluster Status section of the Streaming Replication Analysis dashboard displays information about the monitored cluster:
The Failover Manager Cluster Information table provides information about the Failover Manager cluster:
The Properties column displays the name of the cluster property.
The Values column displays the current value of the property.
The Failover Manager Node Status table displays information about each node of the Failover Manager cluster:
The Agent Type column displays the type of agent that resides on the node; the possible values are Master, Standby, Witness, Idle, and Promoting.
The Address column displays the IP address of the node.
The Agent column displays the status of the agent that resides on the node.
The DB column displays the status of the database that resides on the node.
The XLog Location column displays the transaction log location of the database.
The Status Information column displays any error-related information about the node.
The XLog Information column displays any error-related information about the transaction log.
The VIP column displays the VIP address that is associated with the node.
The VIP Status column displays True if the VIP is active for the node, False if the VIP is not.

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