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The packages you installed on the Active Commserve need be also installed on the Passive CommServe. Otherwise the passive will not be able to perform those roles during cutover. It's also important to set aside some time to test the failover functionality during a quiet time because if there is a misconfiguration in setup of the livesync, you may ...
I've found that backup jobs that write directly to Tape are almost always sluggish as the throughput from Backup Agents is heavily variable. Tapes perform far better if the data is staged or spooled on disk first.
Believe it or not, you're right on the money with everything you've written.
CommServe LiveSync provides test/maintenance/production cutover functionality, and is typically run ever 15 minutes. There can be multiple passive CommServes, and you could put in AWS if you want.
Yes, the MediaAgent is separate and the Indexes in Commvault are ...
The biggest hurdle you have is that you cannot copy a Windows DDB onto a Linux DDB, and you need to engage support if you want to move DDB paritions from Windows to Linux. The same restrictions apply for an online or offline MediaAgent.
The easiest option is to just create a Synchronous Aux Copy onto the Hyperscale, and then when it is in ...