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Replication Server RSSD in same ASE than user databases

HI everybody

I will migrate an existings enviroment with a Replication Server MSA, and I realize the actual installation of RepServer has its RSSD in the same dataserver of the users databases; its the first time that I see this way, ever the RSSD has its own ASE. Is it convenient to share the same ASE for users and RSSD ?

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    Sep 04, 2017 at 05:27 PM

    Technically it doesn't matter where the RSSD is located, though keep in mind:

    - SRS is constantly reading-from/writing-to the RSSD, so you want SRS and the ASE/RSSD fairly 'close' in terms of network roundtrip/ping times

    - SRS is constantly reading-from/writing-to the RSSD, so you need to make sure SRS<->ASE/RSSD activity is not interfering with application/user<->ASE activity (for the same ASE)

    - obviously if the ASE instance (where the RSSD is located) goes down then the SRS also goes down; this could be an issue if you need SRS up and running in support of other ASE instances

    - if you place the RSSD in the same ASE with the application databases you (obviously) reduce the number of ASE instances you have to manage

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