One great benefit of Octopus High Availability is the ability to update and restart one or more nodes, while still allowing the rest of the Octopus Deploy cluster to continue serving requests and performing deployments.
This section contains information on how to maintain the nodes in your Octopus High Availability cluster, along with specific things to know when running a highly-available Octopus instance:
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Last updated Sunday, January 1, 2023