Definitions

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  • n. The restoration of a system in a state of failover back to its original state (before the failure occurred).

Etymologies

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fail +‎ back

Examples

  • To be clear: the failback is not strickly to deter Iran, but to checkmate more capable nuclear forces from arraying their atomic weaponry in defense of Iran to Israel’s great strategic detriment.

    Optimism Watch: Instapundit/Israel/Obama edition. | RedState

  • Put bluntly, Israel must have a credible failback on the nuclear forces of the United States to deter IRAN from a first strike if Iran gains that capacity.

    Optimism Watch: Instapundit/Israel/Obama edition. | RedState

  • EMC's new Celerra Plug-Ins for VMware Environments adds several new capabilities, including an automated failback process for VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager software.

    CIO.in

  • The plug-ins also automate the failback process for VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager software in NFS environments, which is unique to the industry.

    CIO.in

  • "As virtual environments-and the inherent management complexities for managing these environments-grow, EMC continues to bring to market storage solutions and features such as compressing virtual machines, cloning virtual machines, and automating failback/failover to solve our customers 'challenges."

    Personal Computer World Latest updates

  • In addition it well speed up the cloning of virtual machine data by a factor of two and includes an automated failback system for vCenter Site Recovery Manager.

    Personal Computer World Latest updates

  • Fun with Domain Controllers Part 1 - Using the set spn command after a Double-Take failback.

    Netvouz - new bookmarks

  • It will also speed up the cloning of virtual machine data by a factor of two, according to EMC, and includes an automated failback system for vCenter Site Recovery Manager.

    Yahoo! News: Latest news headlines News Headlines | Top Stories

  • ATTO's 4Gb/s Fibre Channel HBAs provide high performing SAN connectivity and robust multipathing and failover/failback functionality for EMC storage systems in Mac® OS X environments.

    Latest News from SYS-CON MEDIA

  • The cards connect one of their two Fibre Channel ports to the SAN, and to each other over the remaining ports to provide a fully redundant and mirrored copy of the Metadata volume on each Innerpool - allowing fully redundant and automatic failover/failback functionality.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

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