CA PAM is often configured in a Multi-Site cluster but several portions of the configuration are still based on a local node definition. This means that each node can have a different share defined for session recording. Since the cluster config cannot automatically define a cluster configuration for this feature it is not clear to administrators if a single share can be defined for all nodes to share.
Can the CA PAM on the secondary site use a sessions recording share configured in the primary site?
Yes, CA PAM multi-site configurations should make use of the same file share location whenever possible. This will allow administrators to better manage session recording but careful considerations should be taken into account to avoid throughput or outage issues. It may also be possible to define different file shares and utilize an external replication process to allow session recordings to be viewed from any node in the cluster.