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  • Hi Kasper,

    The Web Service can be loadbalanced through a loadbalancer, so in your case "https://sma.dwv.local" will loadbalance between https://c203sma01.dwv.local and https://c203sma02.dwv.local.

    The runbook workers will loadbalance themself, randomly getting jobs from the SMA database.
    So you dont have to put a loadbalancer in front of your Runbook Workers.

    The only thing you need to do is configure your Runbook Workers to point to the right Web Service Endpoint.

    New-SmaRunbookWorkerDeployment -WebServiceEndpoint "https://sma.dwv.local" -ComputerName "c203sma01.dwv.local", "c203sma02.dwv.local"
    The New-SMARunbookWorkerDeployment overwrites the Runbook Servers registered to SMA.
    After this you could do
    Get-SmaRunbookWorkerDeployment -WebServiceEndpoint "https://sma.dwv.local"
    And all the Runbook servers should be listed.

    Good luck!
     



    Friday, August 22, 2014 2:26 PM

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  • Hi Kasper,

    The Web Service can be loadbalanced through a loadbalancer, so in your case "https://sma.dwv.local" will loadbalance between https://c203sma01.dwv.local and https://c203sma02.dwv.local.

    The runbook workers will loadbalance themself, randomly getting jobs from the SMA database.
    So you dont have to put a loadbalancer in front of your Runbook Workers.

    The only thing you need to do is configure your Runbook Workers to point to the right Web Service Endpoint.

    New-SmaRunbookWorkerDeployment -WebServiceEndpoint "https://sma.dwv.local" -ComputerName "c203sma01.dwv.local", "c203sma02.dwv.local"
    The New-SMARunbookWorkerDeployment overwrites the Runbook Servers registered to SMA.
    After this you could do
    Get-SmaRunbookWorkerDeployment -WebServiceEndpoint "https://sma.dwv.local"
    And all the Runbook servers should be listed.

    Good luck!
     



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