Caché High Availability Guide
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Preface : 
Chapter 1: 
  1.1 No Failover Strategy
1.2 Failover Cluster
1.3 Virtualization HA
1.4 Caché Mirroring
1.5 Using ECP with a Failover Strategy
Chapter 2: 
  2.1 ECP Architecture for High Availability
2.2 ECP Recovery and Failover
Chapter 3: 
  3.1 Mirroring Architecture and Planning
3.1.1 Mirror Components
3.1.2 Mirror Synchronization
3.1.3 Automatic Failover Mechanics
3.1.4 Preventing Automatic Failover
3.1.5 Mirroring Communication
3.1.6 Sample Mirroring Architecture and Network Configurations
3.1.7 Redirecting Application Connections Following Failover or Disaster Recovery
3.1.8 Mirroring in a Virtualized Environment
3.1.9 Limiting Access to the Backup Failover Member
3.1.10 Installing Multiple Mirror Members on a Single Host
3.2 Configuring Mirroring
3.2.1 Mirror Configuration Guidelines
3.2.2 Installing the Arbiter
3.2.3 Starting the ISCAgent
3.2.4 Securing Mirror Communication with SSL/TLS Security
3.2.5 Using the ^MIRROR Routine
3.2.6 Creating a Mirror
3.2.7 Adding Databases to a Mirror
3.2.8 Editing or Removing Mirror Members
3.2.9 Activating Journal Encryption in a Mirror
3.2.10 Configuring ECP Connections to a Mirror
3.2.11 Configuring a Mirror Virtual IP (VIP)
3.2.12 Configuring the ISCAgent
3.2.13 Configuring the Quality of Service (QoS) Timeout Setting
3.2.14 Configuring Parallel Dejournaling
3.2.15 Using the ^ZMIRROR Routine
3.2.16 Converting a Shadow to a Mirror
3.3 Managing Mirroring
3.3.1 Monitoring Mirrors
3.3.2 Updating Mirror Member Network Addresses
3.3.3 Authorizing X.509 DN Updates (SSL/TLS Only)
3.3.4 Promoting a DR Async Member to Failover Member
3.3.5 Rebuilding a Mirror Member
3.3.6 Stopping Mirroring on Backup and Async Members
3.3.7 Managing Database Dejournaling
3.3.8 General Mirroring Considerations
3.3.9 Database Considerations for Mirroring
3.3.10 Ensemble Considerations for Mirroring
3.4 Mirror Outage Procedures
3.4.1 Planned Outage Procedures
3.4.2 Unplanned Outage Procedures
3.4.3 Disaster Recovery Procedures
Appendix A: 
  A.1 Hardware Configuration
A.2 Red Hat Linux and Red Hat Linux HA Software
A.2.1 Red Hat Linux
A.2.2 Red Hat Enterprise Linux HA
A.3 Installing and Using the <cache /> Resource
A.3.1 Installing the Script
A.3.2 Patching the cluster.rng Script
A.3.3 Using the <cache /> Resource
A.4 Installing Caché in the Cluster
A.4.1 Installing a Single Instance of Caché
A.4.2 Installing Multiple Instances of Caché
A.5 Application and Other Considerations
A.6 Testing and Maintenance
A.6.1 Failure Testing
A.6.2 Software and Firmware Updates
A.6.3 Monitor Logs
Appendix B: 
  B.1 Hardware Configuration
B.2 Configuring Red Hat Enterprise Linux HA
B.2.1 Red Hat Enterprise Linux
B.2.2 Red Hat Enterprise Linux High Availability Add-On
B.3 Installing the Caché OCF-based Resource Agent
B.4 Installing Caché in the Cluster
B.4.1 Installing a Single Instance of Caché
B.4.2 Installing Multiple Instances of Caché
B.5 Understanding the Parameters of the Caché Resource
B.6 Application Considerations
B.7 Testing and Maintenance
B.7.1 Failure Testing
B.7.2 Software and Firmware Updates
B.7.3 Monitor Logs
Appendix C: 
  C.1 Hardware Configuration
C.2 IBM PowerHA SystemMirror Configuration
C.3 Install Caché in the Cluster
C.3.1 Installing a Single Instance of Caché in the Cluster
C.3.2 Installing Multiple Instances of Caché in the Cluster
C.3.3 Application Controllers and Monitors
C.3.4 Application Considerations
C.4 Test and Maintenance
Appendix D: 
  D.1 Hardware Configuration
D.2 HP-UX and HP Serviceguard Configuration
D.3 Install Caché in the Cluster
D.3.1 Installing a Single Instance of Caché in the Cluster
D.3.2 Installing Multiple Instances of Caché in the Cluster
D.3.3 Special Considerations
D.4 Test and Maintenance
Appendix E: 
  E.1 Hardware Configuration
E.2 Linux and Veritas Cluster Server
E.2.1 Linux
E.2.2 Veritas Cluster Server
E.3 Installing the VCS Caché Agent
E.4 Installing Caché in the Cluster
E.4.1 Installing a Single Instance of Caché
E.4.2 Installing Multiple Instances of Caché
E.4.3 Understanding the VCS Caché Agent Options
E.5 Application Considerations
E.6 Testing and Maintenance
E.6.1 Failure Testing
E.6.2 Software and Firmware Updates
E.6.3 Monitor Logs
Appendix F: 
  F.1 Caché Failover Cluster Examples
F.1.1 Single Failover Cluster Example
F.1.2 Multiple Failover Cluster Example
F.2 Creating a Caché Failover Cluster
F.2.1 Create a Cluster Service with Shared IP Address and Storage
F.2.2 Install Caché
F.2.3 Create a Caché Resource
F.3 CSP Gateway Considerations