Domino Geo Clustering

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Clustering
Domino 8.5.2
Geo cluster
IBM
Does anyone know or can anyone point me to docs on Domino Geo Clustering? More specifically, I'm trying to find out what the recommended (best practices) pipe would be between the two. I realize there are some x factors involved as well but I'm just looking for anything put out by IBM.

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  • Gabe9527
    Are we talking about Domino Clusters on mulitple sites - ie geographically seperated?
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Try this link here or also try this here
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  • Petetm
    [...] Domino Geo Clustering [...]
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  • Gabe9527
    Adding a Server to a cluster From Admin Help To add a server to a cluster, you must have the following access rights: Author access and Delete Documents rights and the ServerModifier and ServerCreator roles in the IBM® Lotus® Domino® Directory Author access with Create documents rights in the Administration Requests database If possible, use the administration server when adding a server to a cluster. The administration server does not have to be part of the cluster. If a server is part of a different cluster, you do not have to remove the server from that cluster to add it to the new cluster. The Cluster Administration Process removes the server from its original cluster and then adds it to the new cluster. Note You cannot use the Web Administrator to add a server to a cluster. 1. From the Domino Administrator, make sure the administration server or another server is current. 2. Click the Configuration tab. 3. In the Task pane, expand Server, and click All Server Documents. 4. In the Results pane, select the server(s) you want to add to the cluster. 5. Click Add to Cluster. 6. Choose the name of the cluster you want to add the server(s) to, and then click OK. 7. Choose Yes to add the server to the cluster immediately, or choose No to submit a request to the Administration Process to add the server to the cluster. 8. (Optional) If you chose No in Step 7 and you did not use the administration server to add the server to the cluster, force replication between the server you used and the administration server so that the administration server receives the requested changes sooner. 9. (Optional) If you chose No in Step 7, force replication between the administration server and the cluster servers so the cluster servers receive the changes sooner. 10. (Optional) If you chose Yes in Step 7, the cluster information is added immediately to the Domino Directory on the server you used to add the server to the cluster. If the server you used is not part of the cluster, replicate the changes to one of the cluster servers. When you add a server to a cluster, there can be a performance impact because of the amount of replication that must take place initially. Depending on the types of databases on the server and the number of replicas you create, adding a server can affect CPU performance, Input/Output, and network traffic. Therefore, it is a good idea to add only one server at a time to a cluster, depending on the ability of the equipment in the cluster. If you set up a private LAN for cluster traffic, adding servers is less of a concern because it does not affect your primary network.
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  • Gabe9527
    IBM recommend no less than 100Mb between servers.... but you can have less and it work.
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