This High Availability Configuration Guide provides the information for installing and configuring Novell® ZENworks® Orchestrator 1.3 in a High Availability environment. The guide provides information about the components and configuration steps necessary for preparing this environment, including instructions for configuring the ZENworks Orchestrator Server in a cluster. The guide also provides some information regarding the behaviors you can expect from ZENworks Orchestrator in various failover scenarios. The guide is organized as follows:
This guide is intended for data center managers and IT or Operations administrators. It assumes that users of the product have the following background:
General understanding of network operating environments and systems architecture.
Knowledge of basic UNIX* shell commands and text editors.
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