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How to Set Up Replication on a WebCenter Content Cluster So If One Node Goes Down the Other Nodes Can Still Function From a Replication Standpoint? (Doc ID 2024791.1)

Last updated on JUNE 17, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


It is desired to set up replication on a WebCenter Content cluster so that if one node goes down the other nodes can still function from a replication standpoint.

The following notes and documentation have been reviewed:

<Note 445600.1> - Setting up Archive Replication using the Push Method (Doc ID 445600.1)
<Note 445601.1> - Setting up Archive Replication Using the Pull Method (Doc ID 445601.1)

1. As stated in <Note 445601.1>, "The pull method is preferred when the Source or Target are clustered".  Why is this method recommended for clustered setups?

2. As stated in <Note 445601.1>, "Multiple pull transfers can be concurrent."
As stated in <Note 445600.1>, "Only one push transfer can be in progress at a time".  Can this be explained in more detail? How is this achieved?


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