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969654 wrote:This is an expected behavior when you stop the CM normally.
I have installed / configured PCP on 12.1.3 Ebiz
When I stop the processes on the PRIMARY NODE, the processes on the secondary node stop also
I want the SECOND NODE to automatically take up the processing the the PRIMARY NODE was carrying out
Any ideas what I am doing wrong?
I have Primary / Secondary node defined at the Conc Manger levelPlease see old thread for the PCP failover docs you need to refer to -- https://forums.oracle.com/forums/search.jspa?threadID=&q=PCP+AND+Failover&objID=c3&dateRange=all&userID=&numResults=15&rankBy=10001
I have it set for the Conflict Resolution manager also (how ever I only have CRM set for Primary node... do I need to set this for the secondary node also?)
My aim eventually is to LOAD BALANCE between the two nodes and then have the failover automatic
Anyone out there seen any blatant errors with what I have described?
969654 wrote:No. If you shutdown the CM using adcmctl.sh script, then it is an expected behavior for the processes on the second (other) nodes to go down.
Thanks for your answers
I am a little confused
Say I lost my primary node (hardware crash for example)
Is the expected behaviour to then lose the second node processes also?
Is there any automatic failover capability?Yes, which is explained in the docs referenced in the link in my previous reply.