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Anyone can tell me the procedure of configuring HA for WFA application.
We have wfa server and many workflows running on it. If it fails we need to continue the service from cluster server.
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MSCS - Microsoft Cluster Services.
Configuration is covered in the WFA Installation Guide:
I hope this response has been helpful to you.
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Thanks for the information.
Currently we have installed WFA in ESX VM on a Virtual disk.
To configure HA, do we need shared LUN?
If so , is it mandatory to add same Virtual disk where WFA installed on Server-A to new VM we are building?
Shall we install WFA on different virtual disks on server-A & server-B and configure MSCS cluster for WFA High availability?
Yes, yes, and no - it's a shared LUN.
From the install doc:
Configuring MSCS to install Workflow Automation
Before you install Workflow Automation (WFA) in Microsoft Cluster Server (MSCS), you must configure your MSCS environment.
The minimum supported versions are Windows 2008 and 2012.
You must complete this task by using Cluster Manager in the MSCS interface.
Again, see 'Managing High Availability' in the 'Installation and Setup Guide for Windows' WFA documentation:
I have a server running WFA which is installed on virtual disk (D:Drive in server)
Should i need to map the same virtual disk to my secondary node?
Will i be able to install WFA on secondary node using that shared drive?
Should i get a seperate virtual disk to secondary node to install WFA application?
a new virtual disk which is shared between both the primary & secondary node to configure High availability?