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*Fugier, Dale
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Redundant server and server code

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05-19-2000 04:24 PM
According to tech notes on the Autodesk web site regarding redundant
servers...

"The server code on each of the candidate AdLMs that will make up the AdLM
redundant server pool must have identical server code prefixes (all 1536/xxx
or all 64/xxx). Occasionally, even with individual identical server code
prefixes, it is not possible to bind all of the candidate servers together
to form a functional server pool. "

So, what is the trick to getting identical server codes?

Dale Fugier
*milana, jerry
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Re: Redundant server and server code

05-22-2000 03:31 PM in reply to: *Fugier, Dale
Dale,

The trick is to start out with enough candidates that you can select from.
We do not advise manipulating the computer to change the server code.

Jerry Milana,
Autodesk Product Support

"Dale Fugier" wrote in message
news:ef0b4d8.-1@WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
> According to tech notes on the Autodesk web site regarding redundant
> servers...
>
> "The server code on each of the candidate AdLMs that will make up the AdLM
> redundant server pool must have identical server code prefixes (all
1536/xxx
> or all 64/xxx). Occasionally, even with individual identical server code
> prefixes, it is not possible to bind all of the candidate servers together
> to form a functional server pool. "
>
> So, what is the trick to getting identical server codes?
>
> Dale Fugier
>
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