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From Alena Prokharchyk <>
Subject Re: [Proposal] Virtual Router service failure alerting
Date Thu, 13 Feb 2014 20:45:54 GMT

You say that ³Virtual router does not have NIC for the management network
so VR cannot send alerts directly to management server and so it should be
polling process from management server to VR²
But there is a way to public an alert via CS WEB API. I¹ve added this
feature exactly to support the case when alert is generated by CS Service
running on a diff host. Please take a look, that might work for your


On 2/13/14, 12:23 PM, "Sheng Yang" <> wrote:

>Hi Hari,
>+1. Getting log from VR is a long awaited feature.
>One correction: VR does have mgmt network nic, but it doesn't have direct
>communcation with mgmt server(in the most case except VMware). So polling
>is still needed.
>And another comment: you can reuse CheckRouterTask() for the purpose. It
>already has been used for s2s vpn connection status update and redundant
>router checking, and "router.check.interval" would be used as interval for
>checking. You can improve and reuse that rather than introduce another
>polling thread for VR.
>How can you define "new alart"? Did the file would be deleted/archived
>after poll? Or you simply just looking after a certain point? I guess a
>diff works better than search for timestamp. More details in
>would be helpful.
>On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 1:56 AM, Harikrishna Patnala <
>> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Currently in CS we can monitor the running services on Virtual Router
>> ensure they are running through the lifetime of VR. Upon failure of any
>> service in VR, monitoring service logs the alerts in VR logs.
>> These alerts need to be pushed to management server to notify admin.
>> For this I'd like to introduce the feature Virtual Router service
>> alerting.
>> [1]
>> [2]
>> Comments/feedback are welcome
>> Thank you,
>> Harikrishna

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