Like to start discussing few points clearly with the Confluence v6.11 setup. Is there any one who have recently setup 6.X Confluence in data center with 2 nodes.
We are planning to setup new version of confluence v6.11(Once the official package is released).
For the Server installation, it was straight forward - An application Server, DB Server and connecting both with the confluence.cfg.xml file
and some updates in the configuration files.
We are planning for a fresh installation of Confluence on Datacenter for the version 6.11. As of now, I am taking v6.10 as base and making
my preparation for the installation.
We have 2 application servers ex. M01, M02 and database is also setup with Oracle 12c R2(as this is being supported in the upcoming Confluence
Need a confirmation on few things here as per the documentation.
We have 2 application servers already setup as of now.
So these two application servers will be NODE-1 and NODE-2
Point-2[Setup your synchrony cluster] says run Synchrony in its own cluster.
Cluster means the two nodes combined together is called cluster ?
Is the "Synchrony node" and node1/Application Server the same ?
We have 2 users[confluence, synchrony] being created by our UNIX team, as the .bin package execution will create the "confluence" user
So I login to the application server directly using "confluence" and install the confluence. Does this again create a confluence user ?
Please confirm. If created, do we need to remove a user ?
Will have few more questions once I start with the installation.
In case if anyone have the step-by-step process, could you please share it.
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