In the application web interface window, select the Nodes section.
The table displays the following information about cluster nodes:
IP address:port is the IP address and the port for connecting cluster node to the server.
Role is the role of the node in the cluster.
Status is information about whether the node is experiencing any problems.
The status display includes the following information about the node:
Status of connection to KSN/KPSN servers
License key status
Application database update status
Date and time and result of the last update task
Status of time synchronization with the Control node (for Secondary nodes)
Existence of duplicate accounts and email addresses of users, contacts, and groups in the LDAP server domain
The following statuses are available:
Synchronized means the node has no problems with any of the listed parameters.
Node is not available means there is no connection with the node (the time when the node became unreachable is also specified).
Unable to guarantee fault tolerance of the application: no servers with Secondary node role.
No SPN for Kerberos Single Sign-On.
Operating system restart is required.
Domain controller data is either out of date or missing.
If there are errors or warnings for a specific parameter in a widget, all statuses are listed in the column (for example, Databases are out of date, Protection level decreased, The license is suspended).
Comment is any additional information about the node.