SASŪ Metadata Server
The most current release is SAS Metadata Server 9.4.
Metadata server clustering, new with SAS 9.4, provides redundancy and high availability of the metadata server. Clustering ensures that the server will continue to operate if a server host machine fails.
A metadata server cluster is a group of three or more host machines (nodes) which have been configured as identical metadata servers. Each node runs its own server process, has its own copy of the repository data sets, and maintains a complete in-memory copy of the repository. The nodes work together as if they were a single metadata server.
Client applications and users interact with the cluster in the same way that they would interact with a non-clustered server. A load-balancing process distributes work among the nodes. If a node ceases to operate, the server continues to be available using the remaining nodes.
Clustering is currently supported only on Windows and UNIX machines. All of the nodes in the cluster must have the same operating system.
Free Online Documentation
- Most recent release for SAS Metadata Server
SAS Metadata Server 9.4
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