Statseeker’s High-Availability platform aims to ensure that the service remains available, even when faults occur with the Statseeker server. This involves eliminating a ‘single point of failure’ situation by having a second (Secondary) server that is ready to take over if the main (Primary) Server fails due to network issues, hardware failure, or other means.

Statseeker HA:

  • Is a high-availability platform, the aim is to minimize the impact to Statseeker’s services in the event of a failure
  • Is Not a disaster recovery solution and should not be considered a process to return Statseeker to an operational state once the system has been rendered inoperative



High-Availability Installation Guide
A step by step guide to installing Statseeker High-Availability (HA) to either physical or virtual machines.

Virtual High-Availability Installation (ESXi)
A step by step guide to the infrastructure configuration required for a Statseeker High-Availability (HA) installation via VMWare’s ESXi hypervisor.

Physical High-Availability Installation (iDRAC)
A step by step guide to prepare your environment for a Statseeker High-Availability (HA) installation via Dell’s iDRAC server management platform.

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