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Status Shipped
Workspace Verse
Categories Verse on Premises
Created by Guest
Created on Oct 16, 2018

Incorporate HA feature in the IBM verse

If the primary verse server goes down and / or to do load balance between verse servers, customer requested the HA feature to be incorporated in it.

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  • Guest
    Jul 2, 2019

     We have tried to replicate the same configuration already in place for iNotes, using Apache HTTP as a proxy server, but unlike to Domino HTTP, VoP does not work with URI different from /verse. 

    I do not know if someone has a different solution, in any case I think that HA configuration must be issued. 

  • Guest
    Nov 30, 2018

    From HA perspective of view, VOP is quite similar to iNotes. Below article introduces how iNotes works:

    Want to highlight some points:

    - load-balancer need to find Domino servers that host the login user's mail nsf, then it can redirect requests to those set of servers.

    - The balance policy need to stick to session. VOP prefer one user session's request always forward to 1 server (unless it goes down).

    - When setup integration with Connections / Docs, the balancer's host name needs to be configured in Connections / Docs CORS config.

  • Guest
    Oct 17, 2018

    Since the category is Verse on Premise, I assume that this is for Verse on browser. In that case the high availability requirement should be similar to iNotes (you need a secondary Domino mail server setup as a cluster with your primary and an IP sprayer / load balancer in front of them to distribute the load).