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DB 2 content manager replication

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I have complete installation of content manager on two different
servers (both Win2K3). Say them S1 and S2. Both the servers are
hosting my application and they cannot be connected to each other
while my application is running.

Now the problem is that i want to replicate all the changes made by my
application on S1 and S2 at some down time. I want to replicate
changes made on S1 to S2 and changes made on S2 to S1.(Bi-directional

At this time, my application will not work and computers can be
connected to each other on a Dial-UP connection.

I have done an experiment to see whether it is possible through Q-
replication or not. I have replicated a complete, newly installed
Library Server and Resource Manger from S1 to S2. After doing some
essential configurations through System Administration Client I tried
to import data from Client for Windows. It returned ICM9804 "Security
Token Invalid". I tried to refresh the encryption key but it returned
error ICM7015.

Please tell me, whether Q-Replication is a good medium to replicate
the Content Manager, if it is, what will i have to do more to make it

Jun 19 '07 #1
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