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Yes, this should work if what you mean by load balancing of agent is between active node (A or B) and node C. Control-M does not distingush virtual node from physical node.


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yes because load balancing is another concept.


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For load balancing in general see the quantitative resources with the "@".
IF you want to do so in a cluster you must install agents not in cluster mode but in each node. And than you can do load balancing.


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ronald wrote:
As mentioned above, I want to setup a load balancing via a NODEGROUP
definition. And one member of the group is a virtual host (HACMP configurations) and the other member is an independent agent machine(not in cluster mode).


Now I understand and in the configuration that you have the load balancing works fine. Put in the NODEGROUP the virtual host name and also the others indipendent agent machines, configure the quantitative resources as explained in the documentation and it works fine.
I use it in a windows cluster with others agents.


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