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  1. Active / Active clustering

    UpdatedSeptember 30, 2017 1:12 am

    Publication: B2Bi 2.3.0 Administrators Guide help

    General concepts A computer cluster is a group of linked computers, working together to provide a single set of services. Within clustering, there are two main clustering concepts: Active / Passive – In an active / passive cluster, one node

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  2. Best practices for cluster environment development

    UpdatedSeptember 30, 2017 1:12 am

    Publication: B2Bi 2.3.0 Administrators Guide help

    The way a message is processed in B2Bi is determined by a sequence of processing steps that are defined in a "flow" for that message. In B2Bi , processing flows are specified for different message types in Service objects. When

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  3. Cluster behavior

    UpdatedSeptember 30, 2017 1:12 am

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    Whenever a node is added or removed from the cluster, the cluster changes. In the event of a cluster change a “cluster membership change” event message is dispatched to the nodes. This is information that is generated and sent from

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  4. Cluster features

    UpdatedSeptember 30, 2017 1:12 am

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    B2Bi supports up to server nodes per cluster. B2Bi clustering provides the following features: Distributed processing across multiple physical servers High-availability processing continuity on failure of one or more nodes Capability of adding and removing non-primary nodes without B2Bi stopping

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  5. File systems for clusters

    UpdatedSeptember 30, 2017 1:12 am

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    File system organization In B2Bi cluster architectures, the file system structure can be viewed in two parts: Local file system (one for each node) Shared file system (shared between cluster nodes) Local file system On each cluster node, the local

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  6. Clustering for Axway products working with B2Bi

    UpdatedSeptember 30, 2017 1:12 am

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    The following additional Axway products operate in clustered configurations with B2Bi : Secure Relay PassPort Transfer CFT Secure Relay Secure Relay DMZ nodes in the demilitarized zone (DMZ) or perimeter network securely relay messages from partners to the trading engine

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  7. Add a cluster node

    UpdatedSeptember 30, 2017 1:12 am

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    Open a session in the B2Bi user interface. Click System management on the toolbar to open the System management page. Make sure that the Processing nodes tab is selected. Select Add a Node . The interface displays the Add a

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  8. Delete a cluster node

    UpdatedSeptember 30, 2017 1:12 am

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    Open a session in the B2Bi user interface. Click System management on the toolbar to open the System Management page. Make sure that the Processing nodes tab is selected. Click Stop all nodes . Select a trading engine and click

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  9. Deploy objects and configurations to clusters

    UpdatedSeptember 30, 2017 1:12 am

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    When operating in a cluster, all nodes must share the same information and configuration. The B2Bi can be described as comprising the following configuration layers: System Layer Partner Layer Flow Layer (processing flow) Resource Layer (modular resource code and binaries

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  10. Set and modify environment variables

    UpdatedSeptember 30, 2017 1:12 am

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    You can set environment variables in the file: /Integrator/config/environment.dat You can set and modify the following environment variables to influence cluster-behavior: B2BI_ISALIVE_TIMER The maximum time to get a response from the database. If this time (in seconds) is exceeded, the

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  11. Install cluster nodes

    UpdatedSeptember 30, 2017 1:12 am

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    This topic provides procedures for installing B2Bi cluster nodes. Prerequisites A shared database is installed on your network. A shared file system is available on your network. A load balancer is available for the B2Bi user interface and for the

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  12. View cluster node status

    UpdatedSeptember 30, 2017 1:12 am

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    B2Bi users with the appropriate privileges can monitor cluster nodes from the B2Bi user interface. To monitor nodes: Open a session in the B2Bi user interface. Click System management on the toolbar to open the System management page. Make sure

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  13. Cluster management tasks

    UpdatedSeptember 30, 2017 1:12 am

    Publication: B2Bi 2.3.0 Administrators Guide help

    For information about managing cluster nodes in B2Bi , see the following sections: Deploy objects and configurations to clusters Set and modify environment variables View cluster node status Add a cluster node Delete a cluster node Start a node Stop

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  14. Tune and scale clusters

    UpdatedSeptember 30, 2017 1:12 am

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    The tasks for tuning a B2Bi cluster architecture can be grouped in the following categories: Distribution – Adding nodes to the cluster Scaling – Adding processing capacity to a node in the cluster. Tuning – Task optimization and node configuration

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  15. Start a node

    UpdatedSeptember 30, 2017 1:12 am

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    Open a session in the B2Bi user interface on an active node. Click System management on the toolbar to open the System Management page. Make sure that the Processing nodes tab is selected. Select a trading engine node and click

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  16. Stop a node

    UpdatedSeptember 30, 2017 1:12 am

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    Open a session in the B2Bi user interface on an active node. Click System management on the toolbar to open the System management page. Make sure that the Processing nodes tab is selected. Select a trading engine node and click

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  17. The user interface

    UpdatedSeptember 30, 2017 1:12 am

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    The following topics provide information about the B2Bi user interface: Open the user interface The toolbar Navigation aids for the B2Bi user interface

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  18. Home page

    UpdatedSeptember 30, 2017 1:12 am

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    The B2Bi user interface home page is a configurable dashboard of system-wide activity. It warns of alerts requiring user attention, reports summary information about trading activities, reports system status, and lets you perform quick searches of messages. Click the Home

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  19. Navigation aids for the user interface

    UpdatedSeptember 30, 2017 1:12 am

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    The B2Bi user interface has graphics that help you manage configurations for communities and partners. When you place the cursor over an element, a red box illuminates the area. You can click any element to go to the named area.

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  20. Set up proxy servers

    UpdatedSeptember 30, 2017 1:12 am

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    The information in this topic is for system administrators who must deploy B2Bi in a network environment where end-user browsers make HTTP connections through proxy servers. Implementation in a proxy environment B2Bi has a web-based user interface served by a

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