Multiple clusters of asset management servers can deploy to a single target site. In order to avoid conflicts among files that are deployed from different clusters, deployment agents use cluster identifiers to assign ownership to the deployed files. This enables agents to differentiate files from various clusters that share the same paths and names. During deployment, agents check file ownership before deciding whether to overwrite existing files. The site is configured with a file ownership strategy that determines how to resolve ownership conflicts among file system assets.

For detailed information on enabling deployment from multiple ATG Content Administration clusters to the same site, and configuring that site to handle deployment from multiple clusters correctly, see Configure Deployment from Multiple Asset Management Server Clusters.