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  • n. Plural form of failover.


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  • Most importantly, IRC has already encountered and solved the scaling problem many times over, with multiple servers all feeding the same chat space and netsplits handling server failovers.

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  • In addition to that, since you are replicating data, you will also have backups in several places, which you can then use as failovers if your main database has any problem.

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  • However, the biggest challenge respondents face when implementing cloud computing and storage is the ability to control failovers and make resources highly available 55

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  • To further isolate the problem, I logged in to a machine in site C as administrator (which was one of names on the reserve list) nad then edited the environment variable to ONLY look as far as the site C server, no failovers/fallbacks.

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  • Some failovers are catastrophic, while others may simply be the result of a deliberate test or a patch installation.

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  • Configuring a custom application can be most useful when dealing with the latter group of failovers.

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  • The Digi Transport SR includes an integrated Ethernet switch, synchronous / asynchronous ports and an optional PSTN modem for failovers.

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  • That money spent "upgrading" the electrical grid needs to be spent right now on better failovers in conventional incidents.

  • recommendation over three types of DNS failovers: - New Projects

  • o How to do clustering, redundancy, failovers and all that jazz



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