Using DB2 TSAMP with Commvault

Last post 10-23-2019, 12:29 PM by jfischer. 0 replies.
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  • Using DB2 TSAMP with Commvault
    Posted: 10-23-2019, 12:29 PM

    We are using TSAMP for our DB2 HADR set-up on Linux.  This doesn't work great with Commvault since it requires us to manually do a force sync in the client GUI to get the active nodes to switch when we do a failover.

    After chatting with support it seems we can use this kind of command:

    cvclusternotify -inst InstanceName -cn ClientName [-start | -shutdown]

    somewhere in our TSAMP configuration to have the node update automatically.  Our DBA's are very hesitant to change the built-in scripts (can't argue that) but has anyone done this successfully?  Or is there another way we can accomplish the same task?

    Jason

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