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Adding a second Primary server

I know that lots of questions have been around this, but...

What if I add a second Primary Server (win2003 under 10.0.1)
I would like todo this to garantee availability of zenworks, specially at
logon time.
Any caveats ?
How does the clients will find the second server ?

I'm talking here of only 1 site (1 big lan, but with some vlan/subnet)
Marc


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Antw: Adding a second Primary server

Marc-Andre,
i am evaluating this here at my company.
i have two sites and a primary at each site reporting to the database at
site1.

Well...
there are settings at configuration/infrastructure management/closest server
rules and so on.
I have configured them..

But the devices - once registered with some server - seem to give a damn at
these rules.

What i need to test is how they go if one server is really down..

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kind regards

Gerd Zobel
The NetWorker GmbH
www.the-networker.de

>>> Marc-Andre Vallee<marc-andre.dot.vallee@complys.dot.com> schrieb am

Dienstag, 20. November 2007 um 18:12 in Nachricht
<_zE0j.1863$L42.1686@kovat.provo.novell.com>:
> I know that lots of questions have been around this, but...
>
> What if I add a second Primary Server (win2003 under 10.0.1)
> I would like todo this to garantee availability of zenworks, specially
> at
> logon time.
> Any caveats ?
> How does the clients will find the second server ?
>
> I'm talking here of only 1 site (1 big lan, but with some vlan/subnet)
> Marc

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Re: Antw: Adding a second Primary server

I do know that if the embedded database is on the server that goes down, you can not log in to another servers. So basically you are down. I however did not get to the point to make any rules with the infrastructure.Therefore I don't know if the rules would have helped anyway.
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