HA/DR Monitoring

SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) High Availability and Disaster Recovery (HADR) system involves two ASE servers, one serving as the primary for transaction processing and the other as a standby with replicated databases.

For monitoring this setup, IT-Conductor's ASE HA/DR monitoring feature provides visibility into the primary and standby servers, along with the status of the HADR system, synchronization mode, and synchronization state.

In the event of a primary server failure and the promotion of the standby server to the primary role, IT-Conductor quickly identifies the new active primary server.

The servers are visually organized in a cluster grouping, distinguishing the standby server with an inactive status symbol, typically represented by a power icon. This enables teams to promptly identify the current state of the system and take necessary actions to ensure uninterrupted service.

Configure HA/DR Monitoring in IT-Conductor

To configure ASE HA/DR monitoring in IT-Conductor, follow the instructions outlined below.


Add A New HA/DR Cluster

  1. Navigate to the desired ASE databases and select Retrievers.

  1. Activate the following retrievers by clicking on the retriever’s object menu, then click Activate.

  1. Navigate to Dashboards Administrator.

  • Name - refers to the name of the cluster being added.

  • Description - refers to any relevant information about the cluster being added.

  • Role - refers to the specific function or responsibility assigned within the database system.

  • Member Class - refers to the classification or category of a database user or group. Select ASE from the dropdown menu.

  • Controller Class - refers to the type or level of control associated with a particular user or group. Select ASEServerService from the drop-down menu.

    1. Name: Select ASEServerService.ScriptVersion.HADRState from the menu.

    2. Operator: Select “=”.

    3. Value: Type “Active”.

After saving, please allow a few minutes for the clusters to appear in the IT-Conductor Service Grid.

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