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HI..we have Production and Mirrored box, At the end of a Production job, it will send OMSRMTCMD journal entry for all Prod to Mirror Server Links. Once the all *STOP journal entries reach Mirror system, it will end (*STOP) to the Mirrored server link apply jobs and start the tape backup for all...
What's the main difference between content delivery and mirrors? I heard that a mirror is a static content delivery network, but I don't know what makes content delivery "dynamic." What can a content delivery network do that mirroring can't?
Is it possible to test mirror database logic with a single machine?