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    August 13, 2015

Recovering After a Proxy Controller Crash

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I saw a question recently about how to restore your environment if a remote Proxy Controller system fails. This is a good question, and there are a few facets to the answer, depending on your environment.

Recovery is easiest if you have recently backed up the Proxy Controller. The backup file includes asset data, so if you can restore the PC using the backup file, you should be golden.

If you don't have a backup of the Proxy Controller, it's going to take a bit more work. First, you have to migrate the dead PC's assets to a new PC. If you have automatic failover enabled, this happens automatically (hence the name); otherwise you can do it manually.

Then, you can install a new Proxy Controller (using the Linux or Solaris procedure), and migrate the assets to that PC.

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