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      When a cluster member does not respond before timeout, other members can fail to join the cluster. Previously, in this case, the logs contained only an entry about the timeout event that occurred while waiting for responses from the cluster ("GMS flush by coordinator at <ip_address>:<port> failed ") and did not report which members were not present in the cluster. Now, the log level of this event was changed from DEBUG to WARN, and the log event contains a list of the missing cluster members to allow easier troubleshooting.
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      When a cluster member does not respond before timeout, other members can fail to join the cluster. Previously, in this case, the logs contained only an entry about the timeout event that occurred while waiting for responses from the cluster ("GMS flush by coordinator at <ip_address>:<port> failed ") and did not report which members were not present in the cluster. Now, the log level of this event was changed from DEBUG to WARN, and the log event contains a list of the missing cluster members to allow easier troubleshooting.
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      When FLUSH fails to get responses from all members, it logs:

      GMS flush by coordinator at <ip_address>:<port> failed

      It should log which members did not respond, to aid in troubleshooting the cluster.

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                • Assignee:
                  dereed Dennis Reed
                  Reporter:
                  dereed Dennis Reed
                  Writer:
                  Eva Kopalova
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