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PostPosted: Thu Apr 07, 2016 2:44 pm    Post subject: How to configure PageGate's Synchronization feature Reply with quote

PageGate has a synchronization feature that you can use to have a primary server update secondary servers in case a failover situation is needed. The documentation for this feature can be found here: http://www.notepage.net/manuals/pg/v7/server/html/index.html

More specifically, in the PageGate Admin - Using the PageGate Admin - Database - Synchronization section.

To configure this feature, you'll first need to share a directory on the network that both systems have read, write and modify access to.

Once you have a shared directory both systems can access:

1) Open the PG Admin on the primary server.

2) Go to Database - Synchronization - Export and it will show you this screen: http://www.notepage.net/manuals/pg/v7/server/html/synchexp.htm

3) Check "Enable automatic export"

4) Set the export interval.
Note: While you can set it down to 1 minute, I wouldn't recommend doing so as the synchronization routine may take more than 60 seconds to complete. Generally speaking, I recommend not setting this value lower than 10 minutes.

5) Type the UNC path of the common shared folder in the "Export folder 1" field.
Example: \\Servername\directory\structure\

6) In the section below, select which elements of the data you would like synchronized.

7) Click on Apply.

After installing PageGate on the secondary server:

1) Open the PG Admin on the secondary server.

2) Go to Database - Synchronization - Import and it will show you this screen: http://www.notepage.net/manuals/pg/v7/server/html/synchimp.htm

3) Check "Enable automatic import"

4) Set the import interval.
Note: While you can set it down to 1 minute, I wouldn't recommend doing so as the synchronization routine may take more than 60 seconds to complete. Generally speaking, I recommend not setting this value lower than 10 minutes.

5) Type the UNC path of the common shared folder in the "Import folder" field.
Example: \\Servername\directory\structure\

6) In the section below, select which elements of the data you would like synchronized and how the program should handle the synchronization data.

7) Click on Apply.



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