For better scalability and throughput, increase the number of Enterprise Server instances and HADB nodes by adding more machines. For example, you could add two machines, each with one Enterprise Server instance and one HADB node. Make sure to add the HADB nodes in pairs, assigning one node for each DRU. Variation of Co-located Topology illustrates this configuration.
In this variation, the machines SYS4 and SYS5 have been added to the co-located topology described in Example Configuration.
Enterprise Server instances are hosted as follows:
Machine SYS0 hosts instance A
Machine SYS1 hosts instance B
Machine SYS2 hosts instance C
Machine SYS3 hosts instance D
Machine SYS4 hosts instance E
Machine SYS5 hosts instance F
These instances form a cluster that persists information to the two DRUs:
DRU0 comprises machines SYS0, SYS2, and SYS4. HADB node active 0 is on the machine SYS0. HADB node active 2 is on the machine SYS2. HADB node spare 4 is on the machine SYS4.
DRU1 comprises the machines SYS1, SYS3, and SYS5. HADB node active 1 is on the machine SYS1. HADB node active 3 is on the machine SYS3. HADB node spare 5 is on the machine SYS5.