rajveer.k1 Contributor.

Auto Syncronization between 2 manager

Dear Friends,

We have 2 ESM managers running in our environment. One acting as a Primary and other as a failover.

I would like to know if there a solution to configure a sync between the 2 ESM so that any changes in the filters,queries, active or session list is reflected automatically to the other.



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217991911 Absent Member.
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Re: Auto Syncronization between 2 manager

Hello Rajveer,

Thank you for your question, I have moved this question towards the ArcSight page so the community would be able to address this question and track it in their product streaming.

Thank you,

Garrett Moedl

Product Manager

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Established Member.. Jorge
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Re: Auto Syncronization between 2 manager

Are the ESMs in the same data center?

pbrettle Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: Auto Syncronization between 2 manager

There are actually a number of options for this:

1) Use the content replication feature in ESM 6.5 - its OK, has a few bugs but if use it simply can be made to work well

2) Use the command line package script - you can write your own or use one of the scripts that have been written by the community or HP themselves. There is a pretty advanced one kicking around, but take a look here:



And please do some searching here to see what you want to do. Depends on what you are looking to do and how to address this. Also, please note that ESM 6.8 introduces HA - NOT DR - which might be a solution also. A bit more information would be great.

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