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IBM MQ 7.5 Queue Manger Clustering

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Hello All ,

I am a newbie to MQ, I have two IBM MQ instances running, i will call these MQ1 and MQ2 . I wish to create a HA cluster whereby they will both have the same Queue Manager and queues on both servers, and if one server goes down , the other will seamlessly take over. Seems simple enough. However, I am not making much headway in the documentation for 7.5 concerning clustering .

Perhaps I am approaching this the wrong way ? In any case , can someone please provide a simple roadmap of steps to complete this . If possible, I prefer someone provide some context to this issue in a written response with supporting links , as opposed to just another web link .

Thanks,
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any ideas on this ?
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MQ cluster is not for HA.

What you are looking for is a "Multi-instance queue manager".
See the links below:
http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/wmqv7/v7r5/index.jsp?topic=%2Fcom.ibm.mq.con.doc%2Fq017820_.htm
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Ok , thanks for the clarification
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