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Installing CS in cluster node

Installing CS in cluster node

Installing CS in cluster node


I installed CS normally in VM. I want to install it in cluster node. How can I do ?

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RE: Installing CS in cluster node

As in a clustering software like MSCS or install more than one LL Binary and connect to the same database to be used in load balanced environments?.CS is not supposed to be installed in true clustering scenarios but in a MSCS cluster it can be done.

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RE: Installing CS in cluster node

Thank you so much Appnair.

But if I want to install the 2 CS 16.2.1 instances in 2 nodes with same hostname, I can't configure internal OTDS Integration settings. How can I do ?

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RE: Installing CS in cluster node

Thank you Appnair, I just changed hostname and it's OK. But since both instances are connecting to the same database, if I set an internal OTDS for 2nd instance, I get this error message:
Error activating Content Server as an OTDS resource. OTDS client library error code: -3. com.opentext.otds.OtdsException : Invalid encrypted content Code: 1023 [OTDS 1023]

RE: Installing CS in cluster node

Did you check and make sure resources are validated in Directory Services?

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