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member subset needs failback functionality without having to configure individual clients
Hello, We have a critical 2-tier application that we are trying to take to pureScale. It has thousands of DB2 clients out in the field which are difficult to configure. We want to affinitize the field clients to go to a certain member of the pureScale cluster.
We cannot use client affinity for this because it would require us to set up each client individually.
We were hoping to use "member subsets" for this. The problem with member subsets is failbacks. When the member that crashed, comes back up, the connections don't go back to that member. They persist on the surviving member.
We opened PMR 20740, 442, 000 for this but were told that in order to get failbacks working in member subset, we need to have WLB enabled.
Enabling WLB brings us back to the original problem where we would have to configure thousands of individual clients.
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