You need to add a set of Open Servers to the list of Open Servers in your system.
Open Servers are defined in your interfaces file (SQL.ini) using the DSEdit utility. For Unix users, the interfaces file is named interfaces, and the utility is named sybinit.
For full instructions on how to add definitions to your interfaces file, see Configuring Open Servers.
For each Open Server definition, you must provide a name and an address. Do not alter the other attributes of the definition. You need to add an Open Server entry for each of the following:
The primary database Create an entry named PRIMEDB with address as follows:
Network address localhost,2638
The replicate database Create an entry named REPDB with address as follows:
Network address localhost,2639
The LTM at the primary database This is necessary so you can shut down the LTM properly. Create an entry named PRIMELTM with address as follows:
Network address localhost,2640
Your Replication Server This tutorial assumes you already have the Replication Server Open Server defined.
Next, confirm that the Open Servers are configured properly.
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