Hello everyone, i'll start by illusterating my environment.
We have in the company 2 F5 devices with version 11.4.1.
I preformed an update on one device (F5-1) to 11.5.4 with no issues or what so ever.
However when upgrading the second device (F5-2) from 11.5.1 >> 11.5.4 , status "devices not synced" appeared on the web management console.
when logging in the tmsh i keep getting error msg of : emerg logger : Re-starting logmysqld
tmsh show sys service ---> shows logmysqld have 200+ restarts. I tried to find a fix to that but didnt succeed.
I was thinking if there is a way to grab the sql DB configs running on device (F5-1) and apply it to device (F5-2).
Im open to any further suggestions,
when upgrading the second device (F5-2) from 11.5.1 >> 11.5.4 , status "devices not synced" appeared on the web management console.
This is expected, ConfigSync keeps track of changes using a commit ID which is reset when you reload the unit.
Yes my AVR is provisioned but i cant find file "my.cnf" in /etc , even in my working f5-1 Device.
In version 11.5 it's under /var/lib/mysql/my.cnf
use this for reference: https://support.f5.com/csp/article/K53030991
This software version is very old and out of support, you might try to raise a case to F5 but I don't know how much help support can give on EoL versions.
Have you considered restoring previous schema 11.4.1, deleting the 11.5.4 disk partition and performing a "clean" image install on another disk partition? If you do plan on restoring it, I'd also suggest to perform a couple integrity checks before attempting to install it again, I'd most likely check for disk usage and for errors in /var/log/liveinstall.log as image is being loaded.