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Support Disaster Recovery for Traveler without any changes in the client's device settings

As stated in this technote

https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en/SSYRPW_9.0.1/disasterrecovery.html

Today only HA (High Availability) is supported

And the possible DR is very painfull for the users.

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  • Aug 30 2018
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  • Guest commented
    24 Sep, 2018 03:35pm

    Domino does DR nicely for mail.  DR for mobile access is vital.

    Traveler does not deliver this feature.  Resynchronize all deviced when the DR is enabled is not a feasible solution.   Imagine 10.000 devices doing this at the same time

    I opened a PMR about this issue.  Simply, not supported.  Words from L3.  It is not supported to setup a Traveler pool across the WAN.

    We made up a non supported sollution for Traveler DR.

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    Thomas Hampel commented
    6 Sep, 2018 09:40am

    The database which Traveler is using does only store session information, it does not store actual mail data. So in case of a database outage with data loss, all data still is preserved because it is stored in the Domino based mail file. Is there still a need for DR ?

  • Guest commented
    4 Sep, 2018 11:48am

    Could you elaborate why the current High Availability setting does not work for you ? Please do bear in mind that from a technical point of view a pair of database, a set of domino server and some sort of load balancer (to redirect the HTTP traffic) are needed.