If you have a page for which users have Priveleged user rights then then can customize/ personalize that page. When any of the user does that the portal server will create a private page and store that information in customization database domain(The actual page layout is stored in the RELEASE database domain). Now when you delete that page the main page would get deleted from RELEASE database domain( either immediately or at the time of schedule cleanup) but the personalized page that is stored in the CUSTOMIZATION domain wont be deleted. This page would be included in your database backup. You can delete the private page from the CUSTOMIZATION database domain by following these steps.
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If you want to change your node names you can follow this steps:

1- Stop nodes except deployment manager

2 – Execute following command at /bin directory:

./renameNode.sh dmgr01 16003 node1 -username wpsbind -password wpsbind -logfile (renameNode.sh dmgr_host dmgr_port node_name ) changenode.txt

3- Execute following command at /ConfigEngine directory:

/ConfigEngine.sh rename-node-in-cell-registry -DWasPassword=wpsbind -DpreviousNodeName=node1 (./ConfigEngine.sh rename-node-in-cell-registry -DWasPassword=password -DpreviousNodeName=oldNodeName )

4- Edit deployment.xml files with new nodename under /config/application/ at dmgr machine

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Sometimes its necessary to synchronize the whole session between two (or more) cluster members. Especially when some important attributes are stored in the session (search,…).
WebSphere offers an option called “Session Replication” to avoid the lost of a session because of a crashed Cluster Member.

First you need to setup a replication domain for the cluster
1.1. Go to Enviroment > Replication domains > New
1.2. Type in the name of the replication domain and click OK
1.3. Save & synchronize changes
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You need to have a batch tool to reassign Web Content Management item-level security settings.

For example: Your LDAP groups were consolidated, which merges multiple groups into a single group. Your Web Content Management (WCM) items are assigned group access, but you need to update thousands of WCM content items, sites, and so on, to accommondate the group changes.

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