In our example, we therefore create the agreement between PSC37 and PSC35, so that in the event of a PSC36 outage, we still have replication with another partner in the field. I also found a thread in the forum that talks about it and the point is basically “don`t worry if your replication was correct before you start, you can continue”. Then you can click continue and start the data transmission between the old and the new PSC. Before the end of the process, as you can see below, a message is requested. There is information that explains why with PSC 6.7, TLS1.0 and 1.1 protocols are disabled by the default enhanced security. Then insert the password. If the partner 0 change behind this means that they are correct and that the replication works. If we have more PSC, prepare the topology of the network, and with the createagrement, we can plan the same thing. Due to the replication time, it can take a few seconds to minutes for a complete network topology to be configured.
And then you can check the state of the replication using: step 8 in establishing a ring chord has a typo, it should be “psc04.contoso.com” instead of “psc03.contoso.com”. Please correct him. The document is quite edifying and informative. Thank you very much..!! You can also check the replication status and all PSCs with the vcdrepadmin -f showpartners command. Each PSC must have 2 replication partners. Before you execute the agreement, check the current partner. You interrupted the replication links as follows. Therefore, if a change is made on PSC1, it is not replicated on PSC3 or PSC4: my first attempt to remove vc6c.vmware.local was by running the vdcleavefed command: warning – Unable to retrieve replication status of the partners You can see that now have two agreements. Rinse and repeat on PSC2 PSC4 and we have the VVD topology. In this example, note that I have done everything from PSC1, while I refer to different PSC files: ./vdcrepadmin -f createagrement -2 -h psc3.local -u Administrator -H psc1.griffiths.local, if PSC2 dies, the replication continues.