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tech tip - PM 2.0 - Disaster/Recovery setup and procedure 

10-16-2014 11:24 AM


This document details the steps required to be prepared for a disaster/recovery scenario in PM.

Some context for the outlined procedure:

  • IP addresses and hostnames are unique in the two environments (primary and secondary)
  • Not designed for individual component failures – this is for a complete datacenter failure scenario
  • Process is not automated (but can be scripted to customer needs)

 

Your feedback is appreciated so please post any comments in this thread.

As with all free Infrastructure Management postings, inquiries should be made through questions or comments in this thread, and the author, Kishan Silva Ratnayake, will provide a response.

 

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01-23-2017 07:36 AM

Hi Amit

 

I also migrate a single node with this document...

 

rgds Steve

01-19-2017 02:57 AM

Hi team , 

 

is this document valid for only 3 node cluster or also applicable for a single node as well 

06-13-2016 04:48 AM

Hi pencilon,

 

so please show us your copy.ini... than we might be able to help...

 

rgds Steve

02-19-2015 04:09 AM

Dear Kishan Silva Ratnayake :

        Why it always tell me that it can't find the node. When I run the ./vbr.py --config-file cluster copy.ini --task copycluster

Can you help to solve this issue ?

 

the failure issue is:

node dbNode is not found in cluster

copycluster failed!

12-15-2014 05:36 AM

Hi Michael,

 

if you open an idea I would vote for it!

 

rgds Steve

12-12-2014 09:15 AM

Another great doc Kishan! Well done.

 

Now to get it made a supported part of the product... but thats above my pay grade.

12-12-2014 03:26 AM

Good to know, thanks Steve

12-12-2014 02:58 AM

Hi Pete,

 

no it was firefox 31 on Redhat 6

 

rgds Steve

12-11-2014 10:04 AM

HI Steve,

just to clarify - the timeframe wasn't viewable on IE?

Thx

12-11-2014 05:02 AM

Hi Peter Bennett and hi ratki01,

 

I also found the solution for the timeframe problem... just took chrome and now it's visible...

 

Thanks and best regards,

Steve

12-09-2014 12:36 PM

Hi all,

 

okay I found a solution for the starting problem but my timeframe Bar is still not visible...

 

rgds Steve

12-09-2014 11:26 AM

Hi SteveWeinert

Glad to hear that it was useful,

I will defer response to your questions to ratki01 as the author of the thread - I was only involved from moderation standpoint.

thx

Pete

12-09-2014 09:28 AM

Hi Kishan Silva Ratnayake@ and Peter Bennett@,

 

thanks for providing us this paper... it helped me to setup a Desaster Recovery IM (2.3.4) environment. But I have a small Problem. When I login to the Backup Perf Center the Timeframe Bar where I can chosse e.g. the last4 Hours is missing ...

 

And another question is how can I restart the Data Aggregator remotely e.g.

ssh user@host "/etc/init.d/dadaemon start"  won't work  but stopping it this way did work!

 

Do you have any idea?

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