Why do you have this requirement of running patching jobs on only one server and provisioning on another?
How much physical memory is in these systems?
What version of bsa is this, and what os/arch are the appserver systems?
Thanks for your quick response.
I am doing POC for the Client.In that we have to design multiple APP Servers for different Operations(Jobs) such as for Patching(Patch App Server) and another is for Provisioning(Provisioning App Server).
My BBSA version is 8.2.
Physical Memory 8GB each App Server.
OS arch for all App Server is "Windows 20008 Server R2(32Bit)".
Thanks in Advance,
Nitin, that is really not a best practice, and should be discouraged.
Thanks for the reply.......
As,We can set up a multiple database provisioning environment with multiple App Server with Multiple Database Servers for Provisioining as below,
My requirement is similar to this.Only difference is that insted of multiple database servers, I have only one datavbase server with Multiple App Servers .And wants to do the Patching from Job Server 1 and Provisioining from Job Server 2.
You have still not answered why you want to restrict jobs of certain types to certain appservers. there is typically no reason to do this. can you explain why you are trying to do this ?
I apologise for my late response.
Actually, our client's wants to do the patching from a dedicated job server because of resource utilization for this process as there are huge number of target servers for patching.So, client wants us to not to affect the other jobs execution performance.Also,all jobs should run simultaneously.
So i am little doubtful can we do the segregation on the job servers based on job type ?
Thanks & Regards,
That does not make a lot of sense. You should be leveraging all of your appservers to spread the load around instead of forcing jobs on a particular server.
You can accomplish this by creating a job routing rule like JOB is instance of ‘Patching Job’.
For provisioning jobs there is no need to force them on a particular appserver.
also - what does "primary server" mean? is this a config, job, all ?
Thanks for your valuable suggestion.
Once I will do the same by creating a job routing rule like JOB is instance of ‘Patching Job’ for executing the Patch Job on the specific server, I will update in some time.
Could you please elaborate for specifying the Job Routing Rule for the same?
And also my Primary Server is of type "All".
Thanks Bill again.........................
Is there a reason you are keeping the ‘ALL’ server? You should consider making that a CONFIG or JOB.
“Could you please elaborate for specifying the Job Routing Rule for the same?”
- What else are you looking for wrt the job routing rule – below is what you need.
Thanks for your help.
I have tried your solution.Your solution works for me.
But only one problem which I still faced is that when I try to change the Job Server to another Job Server, the BBSA Job still takes the first Job Server. And also I got failed in Keystore Test for one App Server.
But Still your's suggestion helps me alot.
Thanks & Regards,
I'm not sure i understand your comment about 'change the job server to another Job server'. what are you trying to do there ?