The status or state of a resource is displayed in two formats: Global Resource Status (across all servers), and the Server Resource Status (on a single server). The global resource status is shown in the Resource Hierarchy Tree in the left pane of the status window. The server resource status is found in the table cell where the resource row intersects with the server column.

Server Resource Status

The following figure shows servers with resource statuses of active, standby and unknown.

  • All resources on “wallace” are active

  • All resources on “gromit”, “pat”,“mike” and “batman” are standby

  • All resources on “bullwinkle” are unknown

Server Resource State Visual State What it Means
Resource is operational on this server and protected. (ISP)
Resource is operational on this server, but not protected by a backup resource. (ISU)
Server can take over operation of the resource. (OSU)
Problem with resource detected on this server. For example, an attempt to bring the resource in-service failed. (OSF)
Resource is operational on this server, but not protected by a backup resource. (ISU)
Empty panel Server does not have the resource defined.

Global Resource Status

Visual State Description What it Means / Causes
Normal Resource is active (ISP) and all backups are active.
Warning Resource is active (ISP). One or more backups are marked as unknown or failed (OSF)
Failed. Resource is not active on any servers (OSF). Resource has been taken out-of-service for normal reasons.

Resource has stopped running by unconventional means.

Recovery has not been completed or has failed.

Unknown. Could not determine state from available information. More than one server is claiming to be active.

Lost connection to server.

All server resource instances are in an unknown state.


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