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201 EXAM

hello Everyone.

During preparation of 201 exam , i came across icons for pool members which stated below points.

The pool member is set to Disabled, although a monitor has marked the pool member as up. To resume normal operation, you must manually enable the pool member The pool member is set to Disabled and is offline because the parent node is down. To resume normal operation, you must manually enable the pool member The pool member is set to Disabled and is offline because a user disabled it. To resume normal operation, you must manually enable the pool member. The pool member is set to Disabled and is offline because either the parent node is down or a monitor has marked the pool member as down. To resume normal operation, you must manually enable the pool member.

I see there are 4 boxes of icons as below. Is ther any difference between 2, 3,4 ICON ? The pool member should be in a disable state and should be offlineImage Text

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The black dots mean that the pool member/node is marked up by a monitor, but that the pool member/node has been disabled.

The black diamonds mean that the pool member/node is marked down by a monitor, but the pool member/node has also been disabled.

A black square means that there is no service checking on the pool member or the node, but the pool member/node has been disabled.

In all of these instances, the pool member must be enabled before it will function. The biggest difference between disabled and forced offline is that disabled will allow persistent connections to be sent to the pool member, while forced offline will prevent any connection that is not currently active from being sent to the pool member.

I hope that answers your question.

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