Figure 15 Active IRF fabric fails before the IRF link is recovered
To manually recover an inactive IRF fabric:
Enter system view.
Recover the inactive IRF fabric.
After the IRF fabric is recovered, all ports that have been shut down by MAD come up automatically.
Fast-restoring IRF configuration for a one-MPU
Use the irf slot member command only for fast-restoring IRF configuration. This command might cause
errors in other application scenarios.
If a member device has only one MPU, you must reconfigure the basic IRF settings for the device after its
MPU is damaged. This section describes a fast approach to restoring IRF configuration for one-MPU
HP recommends performing fast IRF configuration restoration in IRF mode.
The recovery procedure differs depends on whether a two-member device is available. This section
assumes that the failed member device is Device A.
If a two-MPU member device (Device B in this example) is available, use the following procedure:
Save the running configuration to the
configuration file used at the next startup.
save [ safely ] [ force ]