How to Check if the Process automation environment is Clustered or non clustered Orchestrator?
Check in the pam\server\c2o\.config\OasisConfig.properties file for the line:
Thank you, I could see 'oasis.server.isCluster=false' in the mentioned file.
I am planning to upgrade the PAM to 4.3.1, is it applicable for us 'Upgrade a Cluster Node' step as mentioned in the CA Process automation document if we have only one PAM Server.
To expand on this some, if you need to setup a cluster then you will want to setup your load balancer (per the Process Automation documentation) and run a reinstall of 4.3 SP01 to set up this orchestrator correctly as a cluster member.
If you have any patches on top of 4.3 SP01, those will need to be reinstalled afterwards as well.
From there you can follow the documentation for installing a cluster node for the domain orchestrator, and at this point will have a working 2 node Process Automation cluster setup.
Thank you, we have no record of the certificate password that we used when installation of CA ITPAM. Have contacted the ca support for the same but no luck.
Can we manage to get the IT PAM certificate password somehow?
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