I have come across this issue a number of times where the secondary vRO cluster node is not in sync with the primary node (one thing to note is that the synchronisation status is relative to the node you are logged on to).
The option to synchronise the nodes is not available because I am using vRO that comes embedded with the vRA appliance. The reason this option is not available is because vRA “should” be managing the state of the cluster nodes, which is does from a vRO client prospective but not when you make changes via the Control Center (such as changing the Admins group).
To workaround this issue and unlock the hidden options you will need to append “?advanced” to the end of the URL. For example, if you are on the Orchestrator Cluster Management page add ?advanced to the end of the URL, which should look like this:
When the page refreshes you will notice that a new button has appeared on the bottom.
Clicking on this button will reveal two new options:
- Push Configuration
- Push Configuration and restart nodes
Select “Push Configuration and restart nodes”, which will push the configuration and automatically restart the vRO service on the secondary node.
A message will be displayed if this is successful.
It will take approx 10 minutes for the secondary node to start up completely so grab a coffee at this point.
Refresh and both nodes should now show as “Synchronized”.
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