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7/8/2015 12:59 PM
 

Hello, 

I have set up a DNN installation in a cluster. The DB server is working in two machines with a failover cluster so I am using one DB. The web server is a part of a 2 node cluster with 2 IPs for each one. I have copied the DNN files in both web servers and set up the IIS settings but when I'm installing a module or uploading a file or picture I allways have to copy it from the web server I'm making the changes to the other one (the DB is updated in any case because the DNN installations use the same DB). Is there a way to avoid this? Is there any automated procedure so all changes occuring in Web Server 1 are being transferred in Web Server 2?

 
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7/8/2015 3:42 PM
 
you Need to use a shared volume to store DNN files otherwise you always Need to sync between the Folders on both Servers (which Needs to be very fast for the Cache files.

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7/14/2015 4:13 AM
 

Hello again,

Since the servers where DNN files are hosted use NLB and not Failover cluster, the sys- admin told me that a shared volume is not an option. Thus, the solution you are suggesting is to sync the DNN folders on both servers or I can use any other alternative?

Thank you in advanace

 
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