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Step to Failover and Failback
1.Power on CV services Commserv at DR
2.Restore Commserv configuration to DR standby server
3.Enable CV services on DR standby server
4.Restore Data to DR client
Under normal circumstances, run (10.67.8.100) on CommServe CommServe, MA service, these two services loaded on CommVault Instance001 instance. Meanwhile MA-1 (10.67.8.102) running on MA service, which is loaded on CommVault Instance002 instance, at a time Instance001 instance on the MA-1 is disabled.
1.Power off services Commserv at DR
2.Restore Commserv configuration to DC Backup server
3.Enable CV services on DC Backup server
4.Restore Data to DC client
5.Start CV replication to DR
When a disaster occurs, CommServe server will stop running, so 10.67.8.100 ip address will be added to the MA-1 server, thus MA-1 will have also have 10.67.8.100,10.67.8.101,10.67.8.102,10.67.8.103 a total of four IP addresses, but this time Instance001 also up and running, will be loaded on the IP address 10.67.8.100. Then the client will access CommServe services on the MA-1 Instance001 through 10.67.8.100, by Ma 10.67.8.102 access MA-1Instance002 on services.