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Use the pw ha enable command to configure high availability for Infrastructure Management on the primary server.

The pw ha enable command is supported only with an Oracle database.

Configuring the primary server

On the primary server, run the pw ha enable command. Review the details and make any necessary changes, like custom ports that you might have specified.

Load Balancer details
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Load Balancer Name (FQDN):> <host name>

Master node details
===================== Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) (current: ) :> <host name> Cache replication port (current:10590)  :> Control port (current:11590)  :> Cell Encryption key (current:xx) :> Event Cell - FQDN (default:<host name>) :> <host name>
Event Cell - Port (default:1828) :> 1828 Admin Cell Encryption key (current:xx) :> Admin Cell - FQDN (default:<host name>) :> <host name>
Admin Cell - Port (default:1827) :> 1827

Standby node details
===================== Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) (current:) :> <host name>
Cache replication port (current:10590)  :> Control port (current:11590)  :> Event Cell - FQDN (current:<host name>) :> Event Cell - Port (current:1828)  :> Admin Cell - FQDN (current:<host name>) :> Admin Cell - Port (current:1827)  :>

After you run the pw ha enable command on the primary server, the HA configuration file ha-generated.conf is generated in the installedDirectory\pw\pronto\tmp directory.

Copy the ha-generated.conf file to the secondary server and then run the command pw ha enable standby. For more information, see pw ha enable standby.

Related topics

Infrastructure Management Server high-availability architecture

Considerations for a high-availability deployment of Infrastructure Management

Installing and configuring the Infrastructure Management server for application high-availability

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