Verify the prerequisites needed to setup theCommServe LiveSync in a Linux environment.
Note: Identical software must be used for setting up the production and the standby CommServe hosts. Ensure that the Operating System and SQL Server version (including feature releases) are identical in the both the production and standby hosts.*
CommServe LiveSync feature can be set up on all the operating systems supported by the CommServe server in a Linux environment.
For more information on the supported operating systems, see System Requirements for the CommServe Server in a Linux Environment.
The following Commvault installation packages are required for setting up the production and standby CommServe hosts:
Firewall and Network Requirements
By default, this solution requires that all clients communicate with the CommServe server using a proxy. (By default, the SQL Clients installed in the CommServe hosts is used as the proxy.)
To facilitate communication between the clients and the CommServe, verify the following conditions:
* Any additional packages installed on the primary CommServe host, which includes other Commvault packages, or any third-party components, must be manually installed in the standby CommServe host. Also once the LiveSync operation is enabled, the LiveSync process will synchronize the information stored in the CommServe database from the production to the standby CommServe. For example, passwords and Additional Settings stored in the database. Any additional entities, such as third-party packages, scripts, registry keys, certificates, IIS settings, configuration files, etc. must be manually applied before or after failover as needed.