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HA for 2 node dps & gw

Please share the steps for configuring HA for :-

2 DPS servers & @ 2Gateway servers distributed arch.  each on separate server with

oracle in separate 2 node active/passive cluster as db.

 

Also let us know how DFP probe can be configured to integrate BSM with UCMDB.

Shall we install DFP on BSM server or UCMDB server...

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Re: HA for 2 node dps & gw

Did you even try to look in the Docs??

For HA questions, it is well docuemnted in Deployment Guide.

For DFP question it is mentioned in RTSM Best Practices guide. and if you want to pull data into BSM, it is recommended to install it on BSM GW server (or any other server).

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Re: HA for 2 node dps & gw

Hi,

 

You can have any number of gateway servers behind a Gateway loadbalancer(reference the load balancer during the GW server installation).

Also you can install the DP servers in two separate boxes.

The clustered DB should have no relation in terms of installation to the GW and DP servers. If you are not comfortable you can take the help of DB experts to set up a clustered DB which can be accessible fro the GW and DP servers.

Once you have installed, configured and started all the servers , you can access BSM from the GW loadbalcer url and set up the backup/main DPs from the Platform--System Health option.

 

Regards,

Parag

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