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Duplex IPCC Ent. How I can test of fault tolerance?

I have duplex side A and side B IPCC Enterprise.

I have 2 questions:

1)How I can test of fault tolerance? Can you give me some examples?

2)What steps shoul I do to make me sure that side A and side B are replicated each other.

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Re: Duplex IPCC Ent. How I can test of fault tolerance?

Well,

Looking at the ICM process figure out which side is active, plan a window, and use ICM service Control to stop thats sides process, and make sure the other side takes over as the active side, and test some calls. Make sure the business knows your going to be doing this, and its not during live hours, although it should be fast, there will be some guarenteed interuption for some seconds.

As far as testing replication, if it running both the histlogger and conf logger processes successfully on the server its working. I just had them lose replication and these rpocess crashed continuosily until I fixed the SQL DB on the unreplicated side.

HTH, please rate useful posts.

Chad

Re: Duplex IPCC Ent. How I can test of fault tolerance?

Well,

Looking at the ICM process figure out which side is active, plan a window, and use ICM service Control to stop thats sides process, and make sure the other side takes over as the active side, and test some calls. Make sure the business knows your going to be doing this, and its not during live hours, although it should be fast, there will be some guarenteed interuption for some seconds.

As far as testing replication, if it running both the histlogger and conf logger processes successfully on the server its working. I just had them lose replication and these rpocess crashed continuosily until I fixed the SQL DB on the unreplicated side.

HTH, please rate useful posts.

Chad

Cisco Employee

Re: Duplex IPCC Ent. How I can test of fault tolerance?

The better way to test this is to disable the network switch port used for the private and public traffic of one side.

This would give you a complete failover scenarios.

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