You can install an additional App Volumes Manager component on multiple servers and point them to a shared SQL database.
- To install additional App Volumes Manager instances, follow standard installation procedures and point a new instance to the existing SQL database.
Important: In the installation wizard, ensure that you have deselected the Create a new database or overwrite the existing database check box.Install App Volumes Manager
- Configure the App Volumes agent to communicate with multiple App Volumes Manager instances by modifying the following registry key: HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\svservice\Parameters.
You can specify the load balanced FQDN of the App Volumes Manager.
- In the registry key, add string value named ManagerN and value data App Volumes Manager FQDN, colon, and port number.
N ranges between
0 to 9.For example, to add the data for the additional App Volumes Manager instance whose IP address is 192.168.127.53 and port 443, perform the following:
- Open regedit.exe.
- Access the registry key Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\svservice\Parameters.
- Right click on the registry key and select .
- Add the value as
- Double-click Manager2 and add the data as
- Click OK.