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Re: [grouper-users] Grouper and database failover

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  • From: "William G. Thompson, Jr." <>
  • To: Peter DiCamillo <>
  • Cc: "" <>
  • Subject: Re: [grouper-users] Grouper and database failover
  • Date: Thu, 9 Jun 2011 08:55:34 -0400
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Curious if you (or anyone else) has also consider a NoSQL option for
this? OrientDB looks particularly interesting...


On Thu, Jun 9, 2011 at 12:22 AM, Peter DiCamillo
> We're looking at the possibility of configuring Grouper so we can use
> database failover. We'd like to be able to keep Grouper up during database
> maintenance, and also in disaster recover situations. We use Grouper with an
> Oracle database and with tomcat. We also have some java programs which use
> the Grouper API and do not run under tomcat.
> I don't have extensive knowledge of Oracle or jdbc, but some quick Google
> research suggests that this may be possible, and the recommended method
> involves using Oracle’s Fast Connection Failover mechanism.
> Does anyone have experience with Grouper and database failover? Are there
> known reasons why it could or could not be made to work?
> Peter

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