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Lotus notes cluster failover manual

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Hi,

In a cluster environment one server got crashed now I want to manually replicate all the users to second server , How its possiable?
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What exactly are you trying to do? If the cluster was working properly before the crash, the clustered members should be in sync and should not require manual replication.
Are you trying to repoint all users to the remaining server within the cluster?
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Yes Manually...
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If you are trying to repoint all users to the remaining server within the cluster, you can do it with an agent.

Create a formula agent with a single line of code

FIELD Mailserver:= @Name([Canonicalize];"SERVER1/ABC/XYZ")

where "SERVER1/ABC/XYZ" is the name of your remaining server
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