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Datacenter note as a user in service management portal

Hello guys,

As a user in the Service management portal, is there any way to identify which node is in the Datacenter version?



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Ivan Lima
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Aug 18, 2022

Hi @Fabio Manzoni, I haven't come across with that yet, so I'm interested to see how others handle it.

I tested in a few different portals I know have multiple nodes. The way I could identify the node was through inspecting the page (in my case using Firefox), network tab, post:method/file:bulk, headers/response headers, search for "node". I don't believe it's consistent, specially if there is additional layers such as api gateway, global accelerator, etc., so it depends on your setup.

Hi @Ivan Lima , 

This solution worked.

I did the same steps in Chrome and Edge and could see the right node.

Thank you for your tip.



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