Since the information about ProactiveNet Agents that are configured, monitors, etc... are
stored in the database, this information will be retained when the database moves during
failover. No additional work should be required in that regard.
thanks for your reply.
Is this the same also for a BPPM installation using Oracle as database? In this case the database doesn't move because it's installed on a different machine...so it's just a switch of BPPM server from which I access to the Oracle DB.
In this case what has been configured (monitors,...) from the primary node should be available also after the switch to the secondary node.
What about the presentation cell? Do I need to always maintain alligned the KBs directories of the two nodes?
The presentation cell is installed with the ProactiveNet Server
installation. I don't know if the
cell can be treated separately for failover. I would assume this would be
I'm not sure why you would want to do that. Perhaps someone else knows more
I mean that if the primary node goes down and there is the switch to the secondary node I expect that the PNET cell will be up and running after the switch and with the same configuration.
So my question was if the KB of the cell has to be installed/configured just on one node or if it has to be replicated on the secondary node of the cluster in order to keep the cell up and running after the switch.
Please let me know if you need further details about this.
Thanks in advance.
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