Unified Intelligence Center is a clustered solution. For each node you can import and install stock reports that run against the real-time and historical databases.
A single database may be unable to
support an entire cluster simultaneously. You can distribute the reporting load
to several databases using the CLI and
conventional name resolution.
To direct a specific Member node to a database host
other than the one in Data Sources, use the
set cuic-properties host-to-ip command to resolve the data
source name differently on each node.
Using this command at each Member node, you can define a
unique mapping so that different nodes map the same database name to a
different IP address as follows:
For example, if the Datasource host for the UCCE Historical datasource
Figure 2. Map the Data Source
Then to map the UCCE Historical data source for Member_Node_2 to a
unique IP Address, access the CLI from Member_Node_2 and enter the command:
set cuic-properties host-to-ip sprhds2.krypton.icm <hds
The CLI is documented in the Administration Console
User Guide for Cisco Unified Intelligence Center. With this command, you map
the host name with an IP address.
You can use this method for any data source.
Avoid using DNS. The mapping is from a name to an IP address, but
the name is not necessarily a DNS name.