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Gateway Cluster - Database config

Question asked by SamWalker on Sep 9, 2016
Latest reply on Sep 12, 2016 by SamWalker

I want to have 2 SW gateways 9.1 in a cluster pointing to only one MySQL database which is hosted on a different server.

I have installed my first node on one sever , configured with mysql server using setup.sh, created ssg database and related objects. I can login to Policy Manager, can perform pin test etc which confirms the first node in the cluster is working fine.

Now, I am configuring my second node, I am following this document:

https://docops.ca.com/ca-api-gateway/9-1/en/install-configure-upgrade/configure-a-gateway-cluster/configuring-subsequent-processing-nodes

When I run the setup.sh, it gives me the following menu:

Layer 7 Gateway Software configuration menu.

What would you like to do?

1) Upgrade the Layer 7 Gateway database
2) Configure the Layer 7 Gateway
3) Display the current Layer 7 Gateway configuration
4) Change the Layer 7 Gateway Cluster Passphrase
5) Change the Master Passphrase
6) Reset Admin password
X) Exit


I choose Option2:

Here Gateway takes me to the following menu because this node has never been configured before with a database.


Set Up the SSG Java VM
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At any time type "quit" to quit.
Press "<" to go to the previous step.

This step lets you configure options for the Java Virtual Machine.

Enter the path to the Java Virtual Machine.

Java VM Path [/opt/jdk1.8.0_101/jre]:


What do I need to do so I can get '"Gateway Already Configured" ' menu ? Appreciate any insights

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