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SQL Anywhere 12.0.1 » SQL Anywhere Server - Database Administration » Database maintenance » SQL Anywhere read-only scale-out » How child copy nodes are added


Adding copy nodes

Copy node definitions are stored in the database. You can define copy nodes for the scale-out system in advance or have the root database server define the copy nodes when they connect.



Context and remarks

It is recommended that you let the root database server create the copy node definitions because this process reduces the possibility of errors occurring in your copy node definitions.

 Define copy nodes automatically
  1. Make backup copies of the root database.

  2. Start the copies of the database as copy nodes. You must specify the -xp on database option when starting the database server that runs the copy nodes.


The databases are started as copy nodes.



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