If the host of one of the CCS databases fails, you should restore the database.
CCS uses the following databases:
Normally, the new database host should use the same name as the existing host. If you prefer, you can specify a new host name in the Application Server settings in the CCS Console.
If the Application Server or any one of the CCS databases fails, you should restore all databases, including the .dit file the Directory Service uses. Restoring all databases ensures that all databases are properly synchronized.
For information on configuring the Application Server settings, see the Symantec Control Compliance Suite Help or the Symantec Control Compliance Suite User Guide.
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