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Is it possible to have more than one managing node pushing data into BigDataInsightUC?

Pradeep Kolur
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Is it possible to have more than one managing node pushing data into BigDataInsightUC?

Is it possible to have more than one managing node pushing data into BigDataInsightUC?
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Anon
Community Manager

Re: Is it possible to have more than one managing node pushing data into BigDataInsightUC?

Yes, you can push data from more than one managing node. All we need to do is run the setup script on one management node and then once deployed, copy the *.dbc files and the datasource into the other management node and run the dbc files through the ircmd command

Are you doing this now?
Anon
Community Manager

Re: Is it possible to have more than one managing node pushing data into BigDataInsightUC?

Once Prognosis Advanced Reporting is deployed, do the following:

1. Copy out the Prognosis\server\configuration\*.dbc files to the same location in the second Management node.
2. Create a Data source (ODBCAD.EXE) called BDIUC and make sure it connects to the SQL Server BigDataInsightUCSource database
3. Create Password entry the same as the one in the original Management node.
4. Start the dbc files through Prognosis\server\configuration directory by entering ..\ircmd startBigDataInsightUC_1min.dbc, you will need to do this for all the dbc files.

Regards

Jitesh
Anon
Community Manager

Re: Is it possible to have more than one managing node pushing data into BigDataInsightUC?

Hi Pradeep,

I received your email, looks like you are adding four Management nodes to push data into Prognosis. You can simply repeat the steps above 3 more times. Each Management node will need to push data into SQL Server, the other way to do this is have a master/global management node and have the child management nodes push data to this global management node and deploy the Reporting Advanced in the global management node.

Please let me know what option you would prefer.

Regards

Jitesh