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There are two separate essbase instances which are both individually registered to Shared Services, each instance will have different applications registered and provisioning with Shared Services, also different .sec files so you can't really just copy a backup from one server to another if the app does not exist.
If you have not already done so it is worth looking through different backup/recovery strategies in the essbase section of the following doc - http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E17236_01/epm.1112/epm_backup_recovery_11121/frameset.htm?launch.html
Thank you, John!
I realized that what I said was the issue of building the high availability system. And if I want to launch essbase on the 2nd server as fast as possible I should configure my system properly before that. This configuration is called Active-Passive Essbase Clusters. And of course this solution is more complicated than my assumed possibility of registration essbase in an agent.
Edited by: xifos on Feb 7, 2013 4:17 AM