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Not Able to Stop A Remote Node From ECE Driver Machine with ECE in HA (Doc ID 2215822.1)

Last updated on MARCH 23, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications BRM - Elastic Charging Engine - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : version, High Availability

Failed to stop a remote node from ECE driver machine with ECE in High Availability.

With ECE in HA, when trying to stop a remote node from the ECE driver machine, ecc status showing that the node is not running. However, the node is actually running in the same cluster created by ecs1.

ecc:000> status topology
Host 'Hostname.13': ecs1 ecs2 loader query invocation pricingLoader customerLoader customerUpdater1 configLoader pricingUpdater brmGateway productOfferingCrossRefLoader customerGenerator emGateway1 ratedEventFormatter1 proxyServer
Host 'Hostname.14': ecs3 ecs4
Host 'Hostname.16': ecs5 ecs6
Host 'Hostname.17': ecs7 ecs8

===> status: true
Status: true
response: [ecs1, ecs2, ecs3, ecs4, ecs5, ecs6, ecs7, ecs8, loader, query, invocation, pricingLoader, customerLoader, customerUpdater1, configLoader, pricingUpdater, brmGateway, productOfferingCrossRefLoader, customerGenerator, emGateway1, ratedEventFormatter1, proxyServer]
ecc:000> stop ecs8
Are you sure you want to run the stop command? This COULD remove all data from memory (y/n):
-- Node ecs8 is not running, cannot stop it.
===> status: false
Status: false
Node: ecs8
response: Node ecs8 is not running, cannot stop it.




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