What's new in Informix MACH 11 high-availability features for secondary servers

Reduce the load on your primary server and recover quickly from problems

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Harshavardhan Changappa and Bharath Sriram

Date archived: January 12, 2017 | First published: July 21, 2011

IBM® Informix® V11.50.xC6 brought several enhancements for Informix multi-node active clusters for high availability, called MACH 11. In this article, get an overview of some of the new features, such as the ability to stop or suspend replication in the Informix cluster environment, and the ability to perform an external backup on a remote standby (RS) secondary server. You'll also learn how to avoid blocking checkpoints on primary servers in a high-availability data replication (HDR) environment. Explore detailed steps for implementing the new enhancements and learn how they work. A concluding frequently asked questions section strives to answer any lingering questions.

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