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  1. Jira Server and Data Center
  2. JRASERVER-65719

As an JIRA Datacenter Administrator I want have history of nodes joining the cluster

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      Atlassian Update – 16 June 2020

      Hi everyone,

      Thank you for your votes and comments on this issue. We would like to inform you that this suggestion will be addressed in Jira Data Center version 8.9.0 release.

      We have decided to track the nodes state changes in the Advanced audit log functionality available in Jira Data Center since version 8.8.
      Any node state actions will be logged to give admins more visibility what is happening on their instance. The events will be audited if Coverage area for Global configuration and administration is set to Full or Advanced. Exemplary Advanced Audit Log administration setup screen attached.

      Thank you for voting and commenting on this suggestion,

      Grażyna Kaszkur
      Product manager, Jira Server and Data Center

       

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      Atlassian Update – 16 June 2020 Hi everyone, Thank you for your votes and comments on this issue. We would like to inform you that this suggestion will be addressed in Jira Data Center version 8.9.0 release. We have decided to track the nodes state changes in the Advanced audit log functionality available in Jira Data Center since version 8.8. Any node state actions will be logged to give admins more visibility what is happening on their instance. The events will be audited if Coverage area for Global configuration and administration is set to Full or Advanced.  Exemplary Advanced Audit Log administration setup screen attached. Thank you for voting and commenting on this suggestion, Grażyna Kaszkur Product manager, Jira Server and Data Center  
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      Problem Definition

      Current JIRA administrator doesn't have track of nodes joining/leaving the cluster.
      It makes it hard to investigate network partitioning problem or other related cluster activities.

      Suggested Solution

      Add following features

      • Add logging at each node in the cluster, while joining the cluster
        • At already active nodes: log details about the node joined the cluster
        • At new node: log details about the nodes already in the cluster
      • Add logging at each node in the cluster, while other node is removed from the cluster
        • with decision details why node is removed
      • Add table which will keep historical track of the nodes status.

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              snatkovskyi Stanislav Natkovskyi (Inactive)
              ayakovlev@atlassian.com Andriy Yakovlev [Atlassian]
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