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ALARM LED lit Amber on SRX650

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Article ID: KB24223 KB Last Updated: 08 Jul 2012Version: 1.0
Summary:
 This document explains how to find out why ALARM LED lit Amber on Secondary Node. It could happen on any Standalone SRX device as well.

Some Background on ALARM LED:
The ALARM LED has the following indicator colors
http://www.juniper.net/techpubs/en_US/release-independent/junos/topics/concept/sre6-mid-range.html

Amber and steadily on indicates a major alarm, such as low memory (less than 10% remaining), session full, maximum number of VPN tunnels reached,
HA status change, or redundant group member not found.

Symptoms:
root@MSt-Primary> show chassis craft-interface 
node0:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
show chassis environment
Front Panel Fan LEDs:
------------------------
AMBER LED .
GREEN LED *
RED LED .
LED OFF .

Front Panel Alarm Indicators:
-----------------------------
AMBER LED .
GREEN LED .
RED LED .
LED OFF *

Front Panel HA Indicators:
-----------------------------
AMBER LED .
GREEN LED *
RED LED .
LED OFF .
PS LEDs:
PS 0
--------------------
AMBER LED .
GREEN LED *
RED LED .
LED OFF .
show system alarms

node1:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Front Panel Fan LEDs:
------------------------
AMBER LED .
GREEN LED *
RED LED .
LED OFF .

Front Panel Alarm Indicators:
-----------------------------
AMBER LED *
GREEN LED .
RED LED .
LED OFF .

Front Panel HA Indicators:
-----------------------------
AMBER LED .
GREEN LED *
RED LED .
LED OFF .

PS LEDs:
PS 0
--------------------
AMBER LED .
GREEN LED *
RED LED .
LED OFF .




{secondary:node1}
root@MSt-Secondary> show system alarms
node0:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
No alarms currently active

node1:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 alarms currently active
Alarm time Class Description
2012-05-14 19:51:02 EDT Minor Rescue configuration is not set
Cause:
 
Solution:
Run the following Operational mode command on Secondary Node to save Rescue Configuration and Clear the ALARM LED:

request system configuration rescue save
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