GBDI 4.1

Disaster Recovery for GBDI

High Availability Disaster Recovery (HADR) provides backup and continuity for the GBDI system in the event of hardware or software failure. HADR utilizes an active/passive structure in which the primary machine’s data is replicated on a backup machine; if the primary machine fails, the backup machine takes over the primary role.

A typical HADR setup consists of two nodes:

  • The MAIN node, where the primary GBDI application runs normally

  • The DR node, where a secondary GBDI application replicates data from the MAIN node, and provides continuity if the primary GBDI application fails.


As of GBDI version 4.1, a third (MINOR) node can also be added to your HADR system for additional backup.