|Global Service Enabled
||When enabled, this will start the global service, which will begin
the monitoring of Address Managers. Without this enabled, no other
service will run properly.
|Failover GUI Enabled
||When enabled, automatic failover will be disabled and you will be
able to execute a failover manually if the primary Address Manager is
|Failover Service Enabled
||When enabled, when monitoring Address Managers, if there is a problem
detected, it will failover from the primary to the secondary Address
|Repair Service Enabled
||When enabled, this will bring the Address Managers secondary’s into
replication after failover. If this is disabled, then trust is broken
and you will have all Address Managers as stand-alone servers.
|Safe Mode Enabled
||When enabled, this will evaluate the current primary Address Manager
health and determine the course of action without executing the failover
actions. This is helpful when performing dry runs.
||Works in conjunction with the “Minimum Failures” setting where if the
“Minimum Failures” setting has been reached as well as the “Maximum
Downtime” setting, a failover will be executed.
||The maximum number of failures results before executing a
||Works in conjunction with the “Maximum Downtime” setting where if the
“Maximum Downtime” setting has been reached as well as the “Minimum
Failures” setting, a failover will be executed.
|Server Monitor Timeout
||This setting controls the timeout when checking the Address Managers