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Performance Center 12 failover/cluster set up

Just like in case of ALM, is it possible to have a "failover cluster" 2 node environment for Performance Center?

If so, how?

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Re: Performance Center 12 failover/cluster set up

Hi,

You can install more than one Performance Center Server in your system and ALM server will auto balance the load during PC servers. Then to visit My Performance Center, you can use http://alm_server:8080/qcbin/loadtest or enter PC Server defined internal URL.

Regards,
Chau

Regards,

Chau Nguyen | SW Technical Support Consultant.
LoadRunner and Performance Center


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Re: Performance Center 12 failover/cluster set up

Hi,

 

In addition to the internal load balancing, you can set a url to a load balancer when adding each PC server at the external url field which will be used to load balance user access to PC server.

That way user that uses My Performance Center, can ne load balanced to one of the PC servers.

One thing to note, is that the load balancer should be defined to use IP stickiness.

 

Regards,

Eyal

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