Planning where software is installed in server groups
When installing server groups, make sure you know exactly what products you plan to install, and determine which servers will be running each product.
The following example uses a format that you can use the Centralize Configuration for all the servers in your server group. It includes the entire set of IP-Name entries for this example.
You use IP-Name to store different IP addresses for the current server. This validates if a given action needs to be performed on the current server or on the remote server. If the input value from the action matches the current server name, it is stored as “@” (current server in the database). Else it continues to be the given server name (remote server name).
The following actions uses IP-Name:
- Direct SQL call from active link
- Run Process from active link
- Expand menu
- Call active link guide
- Server specified in table field
AR System Server 1: IP-Name: svr_grp_tst0 IP-Name: svr_grp_tst0.svgroup.com IP-Name: svr_grp_tst0.test.svgroup.com IP-Name: 220.127.116.11 AR System Server 2: IP-Name: svr_grp_tst3 IP-Name: svr_grp_tst3.svgroup.com IP-Name: svr_grp_tst3.test.svgroup.com IP-Name: 18.104.22.168 Other Info Needed: Server-Name (resolves to the load balancer name): RemedyServerGroup Domain-Name: test.svgroup.com