Starting the Cluster

To start the cluster, first start the config server, then after it is completely started start another server. Continue to wait until servers are started to add others to the cluster. You can start a distributed database server at any time (before or after) this process, but you must start distributed mediation servers and clients after the application server cluster is started. In mediation server clusters, you must also start the primary server first.

If you do not elect to autostart (not recommended), the start command looks something like the following:

startappserver -c [Config Server] -p [ClusterName] -m [multicast address]

for example:

startappserver -c 192.168.6.11 -p appcluster -m 225.0.0.1

For an alternative startup, see Starting Clusters Durably.