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Incorporate HA feature in the IBM verse

If the primary verse server goes down and / or to do load balance between verse servers, customer requested the HA feature to be incorporated in it.

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  • Oct 16 2018
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    October 17, 2018 02:43

    Since the category is Verse on Premise, I assume that this is for Verse on browser. In that case the high availability requirement should be similar to iNotes (you need a secondary Domino mail server setup as a cluster with your primary and an IP sprayer / load balancer in front of them to distribute the load).

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    November 30, 2018 01:10

    From HA perspective of view, VOP is quite similar to iNotes. Below article introduces how iNotes works:

    https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/lotus/library/inotes-avail/index.html

    Want to highlight some points:

    - load-balancer need to find Domino servers that host the login user's mail nsf, then it can redirect requests to those set of servers.

    - The balance policy need to stick to session. VOP prefer one user session's request always forward to 1 server (unless it goes down).

    - When setup integration with Connections / Docs, the balancer's host name needs to be configured in Connections / Docs CORS config.