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The following workflow diagram helps you through the steps that you need to perform to enable high-availability for Infrastructure Management.
Application high-availability is supported only with an Oracle database. If you are using the embedded SAP SQL Anywhere database, consider the HA cluster mode.

TSIM_HA

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16 Comments

  1. The flow looks good. Please put a  legend outside the flow chart depicting  primary node and secondary node.

  2. Would it be safe to assume that during the continuous automatic synchronisation, everything from the default proactivenet cell (pncell) will be replicated to the secondary node including event policies, selectors, dynamic data table entries, and other customizations?

    1. Hello Chiranjit

      Sorry for the delay in responding.

      Any updates done on the primary cell using CLI gets synced to the secondary automatically. But if you change the KB manually by adding a new rule or baroc file, you need to make sure that you update the same in the secondary cell also, as both KBs should be in sync.

      Hope this helps/clarifies.

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  8. This document page is having dead links, could you please check and correct it

    1. Links to the pw ha enable and pw ha enable standby commands were broken. They're fixed now.

  9. In the diagram it states to run the addremoteagent.bat. We need to also have the link filename as well. addremoteagent.sh 

    Thank you,

    Bryan

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