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Crowd Data Center Clustering on Windows

Hi,

Is it possible to configure the Corwd cluster in the Window Server 2019 environment?

According to the guide, the <crowd-home>/sahred directory needs to be mounted with the directory on the remote network drive, but I don't know how.

I'm looking for help from an experienced person.

Thank you.

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Hi @Levi Park 

Windows is listed as a supported Operating System on https://confluence.atlassian.com/crowd/supported-platforms-191851.html

 

  • According to the guide, the <crowd-home>/sahred directory needs to be mounted with the directory on the remote network drive, but I don't know how.
    • All servers in the cluster need to be able to access to the same directory, which means creating a share available on the network - in Windows speak this usually means an SMB (Samba) share. I'd recommend asking your network/infrastructure team for assistance on this if you're not personally sure how to do this

 

CCM

Hi, 

I found a way. use mklink as shown below, can mount it.


mklink /d "D:\Atlassian\Application Data\Crowd\shared" "\\<your-network drive>\crowd-sharedhome"

Like Steffen Opel _Utoolity_ likes this

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