I remember somewhere I read if the master flaps (Due to network, server etc issues), the Standby would sense inconsistency and SHUTDOWN it's services. The only way to bring Standby UCCX up again is to either manually restart the Engine or the server.
Can someone provide more insight on this behavior?
I did have a look at this doc and it does explain the expected behavior in case Master goes down however, I am more curious to know what would happen in case of intermittent connectivity loss between Master and Standby UCCX servers.
AFAIK the Standby will go into SHUTDOWN mode and I am looking for some references on that scenario.
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