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The server cannot connect to the Terracoa Server Array.The clock time on the servers does not match.To view a list of all clustered servers, in Integration Server Administrator, go to Settings > Cluster.Removing a Server from a Stateful ClusterIf you no longer want a server to be part of a cluster, disable clustering on that server.To remove a server from a stateful cluster1.If you are using guaranteed delivery, take the server offline before removing it fromthe cluster. For instructions, see“Taking a Server Offline from a Stateful or StatelessCluster” on page 35.Important:If you do not take the server offline before removing it from the cluster,the server will continue to receive transactions, but the transactionswill not be integrated into the database and may be lost if the server isrestored to the cluster.2.In Integration Server Administrator, go toSettings > Clustering > Edit Cluster Settingsand clickDisable Cluster.3.ClickSave Settingsand then restart the server.Note:Until you restart the server, it will remain in the list of cluster hosts onother Integration Servers in the cluster.
MOdd HeaderManaging Server ClusteringwebMethods Integration Server Clustering Guide Version 10.335Adding a Server Back into a Stateful ClusterYou can add a server back into a cluster by re-enabling clustering on the server. Whenclustering was previously enabled, the server stored the configured seings in theserver.cnf file in theIntegration Server_directory/instances/instance_name/config directory.Distributed caching configuration information is stored on the Terracoa Server Array.If you re-enable clustering and specify the same Terracoa Server Array URLS and thesame cluster name, Integration Server retrieves the cache configuration information fromthe Terracoa Server Array.When you re-enable clustering, ensure that the server has the same licensed capabilitiesas the rest of the servers in the cluster.To add a server back into the cluster1.In Integration Server Administrator, go toSettings > Clustering > Edit Cluster Settingsand clickEnable Cluster.2.Change the seings to enable clustering.3.ClickSave Settingsand then restart the server.Note:Until you restart the server, it will not appear in the list of cluster hosts onother Integration Servers in the cluster.4.If you are using guaranteed delivery, the server you are returning to the clustermight be offline. Before you can use the server, bring it back online. For instructions,see“Bringing a Server Back Online to a Stateful or Stateless Cluster” on page 36.Taking a Server Offline from a Stateful or Stateless ClusterYou can hide a server from the load balancer by assigning the server an unpublishedport.To take a server offline1.In Integration Server Administrator, go toSecurity > Ports > Change Primary Port.

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