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When loading a SpectroSERVER backup on a new system, the old secondary SpectroSERVER system is in the Landscape Map. 

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Article ID: 190447

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Products

CA Spectrum

Issue/Introduction

When loading a SpectroSERVER backup on a new system, the old secondary SpectroSERVER system is in the Landscape Map. 

Environment

Release : Any

Component : Spectrum Core / Fault Tolerance

Resolution

After loading the database on the new system;

1. Start the SpectroSERVER as normal

2. If running on Windows, start a bash shell by running "bash -login"

3. cd to the $SPECROOT/SS-Tools directory and run the following command to display the landscape map

./MapUpdate -v

4. Note the Landscape Handle and Precedence values of the old secondary SpectroSERVER

5. Enter the following command to remove the old secondary SpectroSERVER from the landscape amp where <LH> is the Landscape Handle and <P> is the Precedence value noted from step 4

./MapUpdate -remove <LH> -p <P>

6. Rerun the command from step 3 to verify the entry has been removed from the landscape map

Additional Information

Please reference the "MapUpdate" section of the documentation for more information.