DB2 Linux, Unix and Windows HADR Simulator use case and troubleshooting guide
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Date archived: January 13, 2017 | First published: October 17, 2013
Although DB2® high availability disaster recovery (HADR) is billed as a feature that's easy to set up, customers often have problems picking the right settings for their environment. This article is a use case, and it shows how you can use the HADR simulator tool to configure and troubleshoot your HADR configuration in a real-world scenario. Using the examples and generalized guidance that this article provides, you should be able to test your own setups and pick the optimal settings.
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