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gwadminservice 2014

I am upgrading a cluster on ncs gw 2012 to 2014. I installed first node and
upgraded both primary domain and gwia domain on the same server. Everything
worked great. I than went through the steps for the second node of the
cluster. The strange part is that the first node actually set the admin
service to run against the primary domain address, For some reason the
second node upgraded put the admin service on the ip for the secondary
domain. 2 questions.

1. How to get the second node to have the admin service running on the
primary domain address?

2. Is it necessary to have multiple admin services running to address when
the 2 domains are running on different nodes? I would think not but thought
I would check.

Thanks

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Rickb wrote:

> I am upgrading a cluster on ncs gw 2012 to 2014.


Did you follow these instructions?

https://www.novell.com/documentation/groupwise2014/gw2014_guide_interop/data/interop_clust_ncs_upgrade.html


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DZanre wrote:

> Rickb wrote:
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>> I am upgrading a cluster on ncs gw 2012 to 2014.

>
> Did you follow these instructions?
>
>

https://www.novell.com/documentation/groupwise2014/gw2014_guide_interop/data/interop_clust_ncs_upgrade.html
>
>


Danita, Yes I followed it to the letter. It is up and running. Just trying
to get the adminservice to only be on ip address if possible.
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Rickb wrote:

> Just trying to get the adminservice to only be on ip address if possible.


Well, every domain really needs it's own admin service! That is how you
"connect" to a domain as you used to do in ConsoleOne. There are some things,
like rebuilding databases, etc. that must be done from the owning domain. There
should be an admin service for each domain, even if they do run on the same
server/cluster!

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Just to be clear, there is only ONE admin service running per cluster node. But the admin service can have multiple "listeners" or instances, one for each domain or post office that is running on the node at the time. That is what the

"gwadmin-ipc start/start domain/po" command is for in the cluster load/unload scripts, to start or stop an admin service listener for a domain or post office. So, if a cluster node has 2 domains and 2 post offices running, the admin service should have 4 listeners, each with either a unique ip address and/or admin service port.



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>>> DZanre<dzanre@no-mx.forums.novell.com> 4/23/2014 12:09 PM >>>



Rickb wrote:


> Just trying to get the adminservice to only be on ip address if possible.


Well, every domain really needs it's own admin service! That is how you
"connect" to a domain as you used to do in ConsoleOne. There are some things,
like rebuilding databases, etc. that must be done from the owning domain. There
should be an admin service for each domain, even if they do run on the same
server/cluster!

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"Morris Blackham" wrote:

> Just to be clear, there is only ONE admin service running per cluster
> node. But the admin service can have multiple "listeners" or instances


Right.

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