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show vrrp detail

Displays details about all the VRRP groups that are configured at the system level.

show vrrp detail
Specifies the display of detailed VRRP information.

Operational mode

Use this command to display information about all the VRRP groups configured at the system level.

Use this command to show the status of the tracked path/monitor pairs.

The system automatically generates a name for the VRRP interface by appending vrrpn (where n is an arbitrary number starting from 1) to the physical interface prefix, for example, dp0vrrp1.

The interface name is based on the highest existing interface; for a scenario in which you configure three groups (dp0vrrp1, dp0vrrp2, and dp0vrrp3), then delete dp0vrrp2 and create another group, the interface name for the new group is dp0vrrp4.

Note: When the configuration of the keepalived daemon is modified, the VRRP process is reloaded to read the new configuration and the transition timer is restarted. Therefore, Last transition shows either the last state transition or last time the keepalived configuration was read.

The following example shows how to display information about all the VRRP groups configured at the system level.

vyatta@vyatta:~$ show vrrp detail
Interface: dp0p1s2
  Group: 1
  State:                        MASTER
  Last transition:              2m46s

  Version:                      3
  RFC Compliant
  Virtual MAC interface:        dp0vrrp1
  Address Owner:                no

  Source Address:     
  Configured Priority           200
  Effective Priority            210
  Advertisement interval:       1000 milli-sec
  Preempt:                      enabled
  Accept:                       disabled

  Tracked Path Monitor count:   1
      test_policy  COMPLIANT  weight 10
  VIP count:                    1