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    Failover/High Availability

    Is there anyone that can point me to, or has info on, a workable high availability/failover design for Xe? We don't want to use clustering, if possible.
    We are on Xe, XU3, SP18, OS Win2000, Oracle DB. Thanks ahead for anyone that can point me in the right direction.

    -Thomas

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    Re: Failover/High Availability

    Thomas -- there are a few documents on the Knowledge Garden relating to High Availability, although most of them are a few years old, and pre-Xe, but have concepts that are still usable.

    Look for these:

    "OneWorld High Availability Architecture At COMPANY"
    document name = cs_company_high_availability_karsten_nov2001.doc

    "Making Sense of High Availability (HA) and Clustered Environments"
    document name = f000004.doc

    "Windows 2000 & SQL Server 2000 High Availability Cluster Installation & Configuration"
    document name = win2000_sql_cluster_cruikshank_march2002.doc

    (I realize you said you didn't want to use clustering and that you were on Oracle, but, the last 2 might still have some usable ideas.)

    Good luck!

    --Hamp McCool
    OneWorld Consultant


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    RE: Failover/High Availability

    Hamp-

    Thanks for the input; however, I have already looked at these. I was
    wondering if there is someone out there that has a recent doc. or has done
    anything with a SAN - we have a Compaq SAN using Compaq HSG80 cards.

    -Thomas



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    Re: Failover/High Availability

    We use Lakeview Technology's Mimix on iSeries and it works well. They have just come out with a Mimix for Windows.
    EnterpriseOne 8.12 Tools 8.98
    iSeries P7
    Blue Stack using Windows Servers
    Have said goodby to Oracle Support

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