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  1. camunda BPM
  2. CAM-8093

improve supported environments for db clusters

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      https://docs.camunda.org/manual/7.7/introduction/supported-environments/

      Current
      "Clustered or replicated databases are not supported unless they behave exactly like the corresponding non-clustered / non-replicated configuration. The configuration needs to guarantee the equivalent behavior of READ-COMMITTED isolation level."

      change to:
      "Clustered or replicated databases are supported given the following conditions. The communication between Camunda BPM and the database cluster has to match with the corresponding non-clustered / non-replicated configuration. It is especially important that the configuration of the database cluster guarantees the equivalent behavior of READ-COMMITTED isolation level."

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        matthijs.burke Matthijs Burke added a comment -

        Robert Gimbel, can you please do this review?

        Thx and brgds

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        matthijs.burke Matthijs Burke added a comment - Robert Gimbel , can you please do this review? Thx and brgds
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        gimbel Robert Gimbel added a comment -

        Looks fine to me. Can we get that live?

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        gimbel Robert Gimbel added a comment - Looks fine to me. Can we get that live?
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        matthijs.burke Matthijs Burke added a comment -

        Robert Gimbel, of course It's live on all the specified branches.

        Cheers

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        matthijs.burke Matthijs Burke added a comment - Robert Gimbel , of course It's live on all the specified branches. Cheers

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          • Assignee:
            gimbel Robert Gimbel
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            gimbel Robert Gimbel
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