Failover is the concept of moving services from one host or node to another in order to provide high availability in a computing system.

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how to change the backend order in pgpool

I want to change the backends order in pgpool. I want to keep my master host always as the first backend. I have been configure the failover command: NEW_MASTER_INFO=($(PcpNodeInfo ...
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MongoDB failover process

Hello guys I've been all over the MongoDB documentation (http://docs.mongodb.org) and I can't find a solution to my problem. Imagine the following scenario: I have 2 Nodes (1000Km apart). Both nodes ...
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pgpool-II doesn't execute my failover script

I have been installed pgpool-II 3.3.4 from source. I have two pgpool nodes and I also used the watchdog configuration to get a pgpool services with High Availability. When I stop one, the other wake ...
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Mysql Server version: 5.0.77-log Source distribution

I have a master(M)-slave(S) replication on MySQL. During a failover test, the master was brought down and the slave was made the master by doing STOP SLAVE; RESET MASTER;. Since there are only 2 ...
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Several mongod instances that do automatic failover without duplication of data?

Because we don't have much storage space and we already have a RAID system for data availability, we don't want to use mongodb's replication set with duplication of data. I just want to know if ...
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Prevent SQL Server failback after cluster aware updating

We have SQL Server 2012 in a two-node cluster with Windows Server 2012 (node and disk majority). Neither of the nodes are marked as preferred owner and the "Prevent Failback" option is selected. ...
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Promotion of PostgreSQL standby and application reconnection

Background: I work for a small company. We have been using PostgreSQL on Heroku as one of our core technologies. While, in general, we've been happy with Heroku, the company has made the decision ...
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PostgreSQL Automatic Failover (Trigger File Creation)?

Is there a way to detect if the master PostgreSQL (9.3) server becomes unresponsive, and if so, create the trigger file (that is specified in recovery.conf) that initiates the failover process? Or ...
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Avoiding MySQL Fabric to become a single point of failure

I managed to install and configure MySQL Fabric that manages multiple MySQL Server nodes. It works very well since I tested it by connecting to the Master node directly and played with the data ...
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MongoDB: Manual failover and failback between two datacenters?

This is about MongoDB and datacenter failover and failback. We're thinking about using two datacenters and this MongoDB replica set: DC1-M1 prio 1, votes 1 (datacenter 1, member 1) DC1-M2 prio 1, ...
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Complete Failover Cluster Failure SQL Server 2012

We have experienced a full cluster failure on our 3 node cluster running SQL Server 2008 R2 with 7 SQL Server instances. It started when we rebooted one of the nodes and it returned an error: Node ...
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Log shipping - failed over to secondary, how to fail back

SQL 2012 I've been researching and testing Log Shipping as a DR solution. I got the two servers setup. Log shipping is in place and verified to be working correctly. I failed over by restoring the ...
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Windows Clustering 2008 R2

I'm trying to build a Windows cluster with 3 nodes, 2 Active and 1 Passive, And If I have to build in a way like N1 Active - N3 Passive will be refer as "cluster network 1" and N2 Active and N3 ...
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Can you upgrade a single SQL Server 2008 Failover Cluster Instance to SQL Server 2012?

Or do you have to upgrade every FCI on the Failover Cluster? The documentation doesn't seem to be clear. We have a 7 instances on a 3 node cluster. We want to upgrade only one of the instances from ...
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PostgreSQL Failover strategy

I'm lost when it comes to choose the failover technology for my postgresql database. The options I currently see are: PG Cluster Streaming Replication Warm Standby (log shipping?) Hot Standby Is ...
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Failover cluster connection issue

I'm trying to run SQL Server Failover cluster in Azure. I have NODE1 and NODE2 in a cluster and another SERVER in the same network trying to connect to the database server using the instance from ...
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AlwaysOn Availability Group: Users on Secondary Server

We have an AlwaysOn Availability Group setup (DB1+DB2) and also a web server (Web1) outside of the domain that we need to connect to the AG using Windows Authentication. The following Windows ...
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Min no. of replicas to set up SQL Server Always ON over a Failover Cluster on a Windows Cluster

AO: Always ON FCI: Failover Cluster Instance WSFC: Windows Server Failover Cluster I'm scratching the surface of AO. I currently have one SQL 2012 FCI on a WSFC. Which means one Active node at a ...
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MS SQL Server 2012 Failover Cluster connection issue

I was about to give up with this but I'll give it a go here if anyone can help. I've set up a fail-over cluster SQL Server with 2 SQL nodes, Domain controller and file witness. All seems to work ...
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Failover Mirror

My name is Jackson and I'm from Brazil, sorry about my English. My question is about the failover process in SQL Server Mirror. Question: If just the database, not a instance or a server, goes ...
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How Automatic Failover Works (AlwaysOn)

I'm going to use AlwaysOn technology on my servers, but it's some unclear points in the documentation: Automatic failover looks like Primary replica (A) unaccessable Secondary replica (B) becomes ...
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How to Configure PostgreSQL Hotstandby Automatic Failover

So I have configured two postgeSQL servers to have hotstand by streaming, now my question is, how can I configure it so that when the master server goes down, the slave server will become the new ...
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AlwaysOn Availability Group Forced Failover

May I request your input. I setup SQL 2012 with always on availability group for my databases in sync and secondary readable mode. I completed failover tests with sync mode and it is functioning as ...
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Heartbeat Options with MySQL and Possibilities

I would like to understand if the following scenarios are possible in Heartbeat in Linux. Setup: Two Database Servers running Mysql in Active/Passive mode in replication mode having Heartbeat setup ...
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How to update SQL Server 2005 clustered instances?

We have a 3 node cluster with an instance running on each. Windows 2003 R2 32bit (16GB) / SQL Server 2005 I want to bring them all up to build 9.00.5266 (SP 4 + CU3) (1 Node is already updated) The ...
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Is there failover server parameter in PostgreSQL connection string?

Is there failover server parameter in PostgreSQL connection string that can be used to automatically switch from primary server to secondary sever ? We have been using similar functionality on MS SQL ...
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Automatic Failover without data replication

I have a need to be able to automatically failover my databases and most need data replication. However, one database does not need data replication and so, for performance reasons, we do not include ...
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Automatic Failover in Availability Group

I have 2 nodes in my SQL server fail over cluster. I use SQL Server 2012 Availability Groups for HA purpose. The problem is that when one my server goes down the automatic fail over does not happen! ...
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SQL Server Standard High Availability (HA) with two nodes

Is it possible to accomplish High Availability (HA) with two SQL Server Standard nodes ? We can't use SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn without Groups as it has single point of failure by using the "single" ...
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Can we use old primary to sync with standby after failover in PostgreSQL?

If my standby (postgres) is behind by few seconds before failover. What is the easiest way to sync back my old primary after failover in PostgreSQL. In Oracle we have the option of Reinstating a ...
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Clustering vs. transactional replication vs. availability groups

Assuming you need to make sure your application that relies on SQL Server 2012 as its database backend is available around the clock, even if one server machine fails. As a developer and not a DBA, I ...
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Is MSDTC required for SQL Server 2012 Fail Over Cluster?

I am making a 2 node SQL Server 2012 Fail Over Cluster, do I need to install MSDTC also? If yes then can both be installed on single shared disk?
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Single disk for Data, System, User, Temp and Backup when installing Fail Over Cluster?

I have a Windows cluster with two nodes. I am trying to make Fail Over Cluster using SQL Server 2012. On both nodes there is 2 TB storage available which I can access as: ...
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Failover scenario with principal “hard down”

My company has a failover pair of SQL Server 2005 instances, which provide database availability for a UL-licensed alarm/call center, where uptime and availability are critical for life safety. ...
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Understanding disk requirement to make fail over cluster

Please take a look at the following screenshot. I am trying to make SQL Server 2012 Fail Over Cluster using two nodes. As you know we need to have a shared SAN which will be used by both nodes to ...
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Understanding two NICs requirement for SQL fail over cluster

I am trying to make an SQL Server 2013 fail over cluster. I have two DB machines. I understand that both machines need 2 NICs each. In my organization the IP scheme assigned is something like ...
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RBS and Fail Over Cluster with SQL Server 2012

I am trying to install one SQL Server 2012 cluster with two nodes. I will also be enabling Remote Blob Storage (RBS) on server so I was wondering if I need to take something in account while ...
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How do I set up high availability at the instance level? [closed]

I have two database instances (Instance A, Instance B) of SQL Server, each one hosted on a separate VM using windows server 2012. Instance A has SQL Server 2008 R2, instance B has Sql server 2012. I'm ...
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Get missed transactions from slave

I'm trying to write a disaster recovery plan, I have one way replication with 1 master(A) and 3 slaves(B,C,D) A /|\ / | \ B C D Let's say my master crash, and I loose all data on ...
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Postgresql Streaming Replication - pgpool2 - failover

In my scenario I want pgpool to forward read only queries to slaves when the master goes down - I want my app to be in the "read only mode". How do I setup pgpool to accept read only queries when ...
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TDE in a SQL Cluster

I'm researchig into databnase encryption and whilst TDE seems to do exactly what it says on the tin, there seems to be no information on how to configure it up in a Microsoft failover SQL Cluster, or ...
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changing server roles in streaming replication

I want to implement streaming replication using postgresql-9.2.4 in my reporting application. I came stuck on the below scenario. create master and slave with synchronous replication which is ...
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Do I need to perform any tasks after Postgres goes into recovery mode?

For starters, I do not have any sort of automated failover in place. After two scenarios, I'm unsure of the state of the database and any required actions, if any, to take: My master server ...
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Streaming replication setup, sane setup?

Not being a DBA as main profession, I would like to know if the following assumptions are true. I have been searching the net for days and I think I have understand it correctly, but I would like to ...
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Any solution to fix circular replication fail-over?

I've developed a point-of-sale system for our corporation, which has 25+ branches across the country. Each branch has its own MySQL POS database on a WAMP server. I want every event that occurs in ...
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SQL Server 2012 Failover Cluster and attached SAN

I have three servers in a Windows Server failover cluster. SQL Server 2012 Failover Cluster is installed on all nodes. I have an issue with shared disks attached from SAN. overview with the same ...
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Problem adding a new node to a SQL Server 2012 Failover Cluster

I tried to add a new node to SQL Server (2012 Standard) Failover, that is already installed on another node in Windows2012 Failover Cluster I have an issue with non editable field wiht input for SQL ...
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Windows Server failover cluster [closed]

I have 5pcs. IBM System x3650(7979 - ex. ESX/VMWare, planned EOL) now with baremetal Win2012 DataCenter, every machine has the same HW and SW (inc policy). I want to create two clusters (MS SQL), for ...
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Does Change Data Capture (CDC) work in a SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn Failover Cluster Instances setup?

Does Change Data Capture (CDC) work in a SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn Failover Cluster Instances setup? There would be two nodes in the AlwaysOn Failover Cluster Instances setup and two Domain ...
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Failover only working for Classic ASP, not ASP.net [closed]

Setup: All machines run Windows Server 2008 Enterprise SQL Server 2012 Standard (Primary) SQL Server 2012 Standard (Mirror) SQL Server 2012 Express (Witness) Root issue: Our ASP.NET application is ...