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Can the CaliberRM Database be hosted on a separate machine from the CalierRM Server?

Can the CaliberRM Database be hosted on a separate machine from the CalierRM Server?

Problem:

Can the CaliberRM Database be hosted on a separate machine from the CalierRM Server?

Resolution:

Description:

For performance or resource considerations, it may be beneficial to host the CaliberRM Server and Database on separate machines.

Resolution:

Install the Caliber Server on both machines with the sample database and confirm each is working independently.

On the database machine:

  • Stop the CaliberRM Service "SQM Monitor"
  • Then disable the SQM Monitor Service so that this won"t load on startup


On the CaliberRM Server machine:

  • Stop the CaliberRM Service "SQM Monitor"
  • Stop the current database using "stopdb SQMDB" from a command prompt
  • Remove the local database to avoid confusion by running "removedb -rmdir SQMDB"
  • Direct CaliberRM Server to start using a different database via via Control Panel-->Caliber Server and adjusting the DB Name to SQMDB@ or IP address as appropriate
  • Start CaliberRM Server using "dbmgr -start" or by starting the SQM Monitor Service
Old KB# 16160

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