This section explains the steps you must perform to bring up the recovery BMC ProactiveNet Server after a disaster.
For Calbro Services, this chapter explains the steps to bring up the server at New York, newyork.calbro.com, after the server at Amsterdam, amsterdam.calbro.com, failed.
On the DNS server, make the appropriate changes so that the DNS alias redirects to the recovery BMC ProactiveNet Server.
If no storage replication system is used, transfer the latest \pw files from the backed up source to the recovery BMC ProactiveNet Server.
BMC recommends that you use any third-party file synchronization and backup software to transfer the \pw directory because traditional copying can result in any unexpected failure.
For information about the restore procedure, see the [BMC ProactiveNet Command Line Interface Reference Guide |PDFs^ProactiveNet_Command_Line_Interface_Reference_9.0.pdf]
pwcommand-line interface, and enter the
pw system startcommand.
If you have problems with starting the service on Microsoft Windows, ensure that the dbCmdLine.conf file is updated with the database name. The file is located in the pw\sybase directory.
This step enables the remote event cells to retrieve the IP address of the recovery BMC ProactiveNet Server.