This is a discussion on RE: Server Farm Installation - Commerce server ; Hey! I have the same exact situation. Two app/web servers, one DB server. I followed your instructions and ran the CS Configuration Wizard and gave each installation a different name for the Admin and DirectMailer databases. I unpacked StarterSite successfully ...
Hey! I have the same exact situation.
Two app/web servers, one DB server.
I followed your instructions and ran the CS Configuration Wizard and gave
each installation a different name for the Admin and DirectMailer databases.
I unpacked StarterSite successfully on one of the app servers, but on the
second app server, when I try to unpack, in ONLY gives me the option to
"Create a new site" and all other options "Add resources to existing...",
"Add an app in the package to existing...", "Add a Web server to an existing
application in an existing site" are all grayed out. I'm assuming the last
grayed-out option is the one I want.
What do I need to to to cluster these servers togther, using the same
Thanks again for your help!
""WenJun Zhang[msft]"" wrote:
> Hi Joe,
> For adding more web servers for Commerce Server 2007, you just need to be
> sure you set them up identically. You then unpack your site on the other
> web server and be sure to choose Add a web server and do NOT overwrite the
> existing admin database.
> The Deployment section of our documentation discusses this further:
> How to Unpack a Site on the Web Servers
> The type of load balancing you choose is up to you. For example, you can
> use Network Load Balancing that is part of Windows 2003, or use hardware
> load balancing. The online help on MSDN assumes you are using hardware
> loading balancer.
> I hope this answered your question. Please let me know if you have any
> further concerns.
> Have a create day.
> WenJun Zhang
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