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High availability cluster settings

Updated on August 25, 2021

The HA Cluster Settings page is used to configure crash recovery and accelerated passivation options.

Operators with the following roles can access this page:

  • PegaRULES:HighAvailabilityAdministrator
  • PegaRULES:HighAvailabilityQuiesceInvestigator

You can access this page by clicking ConfigureSystemHigh AvailabilityHA Cluster Settings.

To save any changes that have been made on this page, click Submit.

Cluster upgrade

Disable rule saving when upgrading a cluster by selecting the Cluster Upgrading - Disable saving of rules check box. To enable rule saving after the cluster upgrade has finished, clear the Cluster Upgrading - Disable saving of rules check box.

Crash recovery

Enable work recording for crash recovery by selecting the Enable server crash recovery on this cluster check box.

Note: You must perform a rolling restart of the server for this cluster-wide setting to take effect.

Send messages to users about a crash event by selecting the Enable end user messaging of a crash event check box.


The Number of seconds for accelerated passivation setting is used only for slow drain. Modify the time needed in seconds for accelerated passivation to occur by updating the corresponding field.

  • The minimum number is 5 and the maximum number is the browser time-out.
  • Values larger than the browser time-out are ignored.
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