Host Auto-Failover: Do you need to manually start an ex-failed node?
If the ex-failed node is operational again and restarted, it automatically is taken as new standby node in the Host Auto-Failover landscape.
Thus, when a failover was performed and the failed host is available again, no automatic fallback will happen.
A controlled failback can be performed by stopping or restarting the standby host that is currently in use. Automatic failback will only happen when the complete landscape is restarted, also see Host Start Order.
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