You can see that we now have two agreements. Rinse and repeat on PSC2 PSC4 and we have the VVD topology. In this example, note that I have done everything from PSC1 as I refer to different PSCs: Use this command to display the current replication status of the PSC and its partner nodes: If PSC-01 is supplied and configured, you can provide PSC-02, PSC-03, etc. It is important to do this one after the other and register for the previous CSP when the next one is provided. So if you provide PSC-02, save it to PSC-01 during installation. PSC-03 with PSC-02, etc. After providing PSC-06, you need to set up the replication manually with PSC-01. This is the creation of PSC-Ringtopology. Also be sure to create/join the specified site when setting up! Use the following command to create a new replication contract between PSCs. From the output, we also find the current synchronization with the entire replication partner with the value curren update sequence number (USN) and in case of error, check the protocol /var/log/vmware/vmdird/vmdird/vmdird/vmdird/vmdird-syslog.log Now you have replication agreements. As for the vdcrepadmin command, you have the following options The charge compensation has no influence on the configuration of the ring topology.
You need to set it up if you want to replication between PSCs. Load Balancer is placed on each website before the 2 PSCs and the vCenter Server (s) tab on the Loadr VIP address. This procedure is also available for PSC races on a Windows computer. For more information, see KB 2127057. This kb article also contains additional commands of vcrdepadmin tools as well as a procedure for removing a replication partner from a PSC. You interrupted the replication links as follows. So if a change is made on PSC1, it is not replicated on PSC3 or PSC4: if we have more PSC, then we plan the topology of the network and we can plan the same with the createagrement. Due to the replication time, it can take a few seconds to minutes for a complete network topology to be configured.
You can also check the replication status and all PSCs with the vcdrepadmin -f showpartners command. Each PSC must have 2 replication partners. As noted above, this facility will create a redundant PSC topology, as all PSPs will be replicated with the neighbor offering redundancy. However, the replication between the last and the first PSC must be created manually to achieve this configuration. You can now generate a new replication chord to create a topology of the ring, you need to generate an additional replication agreement between PSC1. and PSC4. In our example, we establish the agreement between PSC37 and PSC35, so that in the event of a PSC36 error, we still have replication with another partner in the field. VDCREPADMIN showpartnerstatus displays the current psC replication partner as well as the current replication state between the two nodes. If PSC2 dies, replication continues. By connecting PSC1 to PSC4, the full ring is created. This does not happen by default.
We will follow the steps to create this. . Run this command to see all psCs in the vSphere domain: The output lets you know the information you need. vdcrepadmin -f showpartners -h psc1.vmware.local -u administrator -w VMw@re123 ldap://psc2. vmware.local vdcrepadmin -f showpartners -h psc2.vmware.local -u administrator -w VMw@re123 ldap://psc1. vmware.local ldaps://psc3. vmware.local vdcrepadmin -f showpartners -h psc3.vmware.local -u administrator -w VMw@re123 ldap://psc4. vmware.local ldaps://psc2.