13.11. High Availability Disaster Recovery

High Availability Disaster Recovery (HADR) uses log record shipping to keep a standby database in synch with your primary database. Then if that primary server fails, your applications can automatically switch their processing to the secondary server with absolutely no data loss.

13.11.1. Overview of HADR

DB2 High Availability Disaster Recovery (HADR) is a database replication feature that provides a high-availability and disaster recovery solution for complete as well as partial site failures. HADR is available as part of DB2 Enterprise Server Edition, and as an additional cost option on DB2 Workgroup ...

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