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When a BIG-IP system transitions from active to standby state or standby to active state, a message is displayed on the LCD display indicating the amount of time that has passed since the state transition occurred.

The BIG-IP system transitioning from standby to active displays a message similar to one of the following examples:

xxS unit going active

xxM unit going active

The BIG-IP system transitioning from active to standby displays a message similar to one of the following examples:

xxS unit going standby

xxM unit going standby

In these messages, S or M indicates the units in which time is measured: S indicates seconds, M indicates minutes. The xx characters represent the number of minutes or seconds the device has been in the current state. For example, a device that transitioned to the active state 15 minutes ago displays the following message:

15M unit going active

Note: These messages may appear on standalone systems or on members of a redundant pair.

Note: To determine the cause of an unexpected state change, examine the system log files.

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