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Dedicated Process Engine

Question asked by fabricio.de.marchi on Aug 4, 2010
Latest reply on Aug 20, 2010 by Chris_Hackett
Hi All,

I am in the process of creating a dedicated Process Engine in our production environment.

I still need to test it but just want to exchange some ideas with other people that might have had experience doing this.

I do not have Clarity training so I don't know the correct steps to create a new Background server but I've assumed the following steps will be enough:

1. Copy the current installation folder with the Background application to the new VM I will use
2. Install the Oracle client in the new VM and copy the tnsnames.ora from the current background server
3. Registar the Background service in the new VM
4. Update the Properties.xml to update the background service and set the "Run Process Engine" to true then set the "Run Job Scheduler" to false
5. Restart the current Background services
6. Start the new Background services

I am counting that the Background services will handle processes without issues and will do the load balance themselves to consume the events from the pipelines.

I would appreciate any insights you might have on that strategy.

Thanks,

Fabricio

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