17.00 - Failover.properties File - Teradata Data Mover

Teradata® Data Mover Installation, Configuration, and Upgrade Guide for Customers

Product
Teradata Data Mover
Release Number
17.00
Published
November 30, 2021
Language
English (United States)
Last Update
2021-11-04
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The Data Mover failover.properties file contains the files that control the failover process. When setting up your failover process, edit these files according to the system you are configuring.
Property Name Description
local.daemon.host Host where the local (active) daemon runs.
remote.daemon.host Host where the remote (standby) daemon runs.
local.monitor.host Host where the monitoring service that monitors the local (active) services runs.
remote.monitor.host Host where the monitoring service that monitors the remote (standby) services runs.
local.repository.host Host where the repository used by the local daemon is installed.

This should be the same host the synchronization service is installed on. If the repository is installed on the same server as the daemon, this value is the same as local.daemon.host.

remote.repository.host Host where the repository used by the remote daemon is installed.

This should be the same host the synchronization service is installed on. If the repository is installed on the same server as the daemon, this value is the same as remote.daemon.host.

local.agents.host Host where the agents used by the local (active) daemon are installed. If more than one agent is used, specify a comma-separated list of agents; the order of the list does not matter.
remote.agents.host The hosts where the agents used by the remote (standby) daemon are installed. If more than one agent is used, specify a comma-separated list of agents; the order of the list does not matter.

If external agents are shared between the active and standby, the shared agent names must be specified for both local.agents.host and remote.agents.host.