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Figure 6-1 Peer-to-peer replication topology configuration for Luna
We installed a very simple set of three tables with referential integrity constraints
defined between them. These tables included LOB data that were replicated as
well. Full details of these tables are documented in Appendix , “Tables used in
the Q replication scenarios on AIX” on page 782.
6.5 Step-by-step setup
In this section we document the step-by-step setup of the peer-to-peer
replication topology in our fictitious company. Figure 6-2 lists the main steps
involved in setting up the environment. Each of these steps is described in detail
in the following subsections.
Server AZOV
Hostname Azov.almaden.ibm.com
IP Address 9.1.39.89.
AIX 5.2
Model P630
4 way SMP
4 GB memory
3 disks 18GB each
DB2 UDB ESE V8.2
DB2 II Enterprise Edition V8.2
WebSphere MQ V5.3
Server JAMESBAY
Hostname Jamesbay.almaden.ibm.com
IP Address 9.1.39.79.
AIX 5.2
Model P650
8 way SMP
32 GB memory
4 disks 146 GB each
DB2 UDB ESE V8.2
DB2 II Enterprise Edition V8.2
WebSphere MQ V5.3
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