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Is workflow supported in failover clustering

asked on April 11, 2014

One of our client wants to implement fail-over clustering & I was directed to a document titled Enterprise Deployment - Failover Clustering with Laserfiche 8. It states that workflow is not supported with clustering. Is it still the case as the document was published in 2012.

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replied on April 14, 2014

Clustering is not supported for the Workflow Server.

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replied on April 15, 2014

If clustering is not supported for Workflow Server how do we achieve HA?

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replied on April 14, 2014

Thank you. Also the clients are asking is there any latest documentation on the Failover Clustering & Backup? The ones that we have are dated back to 2012 etc.

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replied on April 14, 2014

That is the latest documentation as nothing has changed.

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replied on April 15, 2014

If clustering is not supported for Workflow Server how do we achieve HA?

replied on April 14, 2014

If clustering is not supported for Workflow Server how do we achieve HA?

replied on August 20, 2014

Hello,

 

In the presentation from the Conference 2014

EDM211_Implementing and Supporting Highly Available Systems.pptx

https://support.laserfiche.com/GetFileRepositoryEntry.aspx?id=2956&mode=download

 

 

is mentioned that:

 

Workflow – 8.3 onwards can be clustered

(notes of slide 9 of 32)

 

Is this true?

If yes, do you have any guidelines to configure it?

If no, do you have any explanation about the technical reason, in order to explain it to the clients?

 

Thank you for your information.

 

Best regards,

 

Ignacio PdeA

BMB sal

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replied on August 14, 2016

Dear All,

 

Any updates on LF-WF 10 supporting clustering & Failover, however after Ver. 8.3 still the subscriber is not supporting clustering  

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replied on August 15, 2016

No changes at this time.

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replied on August 16, 2016

Thanks we shall proceed till updated, however this is a wish of the client to have from technical point...

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