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web server redundancy in case of network failure

I have a (web) server at a datacenter, which at times (as all datacenters do) has network failures (for like 10-30 minutes). I have a second server at a different company (datacenter) which I could ...
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564 views

Server Backup Strategy for Amazon EC2

Where and how should I backup my EC2 / EBS based snapshots OUTSIDE of EC2? EC2 provides a great product with their EBS based snapshots. However it is also a high risk point that someone could ...
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174 views

Servers configuration to improve performance and offer redundancy for ASP.NET site with SQL Server

I'm administrating a fairly large website (currently about 300 thousand page views a day) which is expected to grow fast. Currently both IIS and SQL Server are running in a quad core server, with RAID ...
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3answers
145 views

Mirroring an entire machine

What's the most appropriate way to constantly mirror all the settings and data from one Linux machine to another? I have a critical server, which I'd like to have a "hot spare" available for in case ...
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2answers
67 views

Adding Redundancy to Win 2008 and SQL Server

We have an Amazon EC2 Windows Server 2008 with SQL Server running Email2Database and another SQL-based windows application. There is a lot of critical data on this box and we need to make sure that ...
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397 views

What is the industry standard solution for linux web server and mac file server failover systems?

I am a web developer at my company and am therefore qualified to be an IT guy, apparently. I have a single Ubuntu web and file server currently, but I want to break up the server tasks onto two ...
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427 views

Distributed redundant storage solution?

Is there a way to use extra space on computers as a distributed backup system? I'm thinking that using the extra space on the systems in my network would add a lot of storage to the available pool, ...
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3answers
428 views

How to make sure that in case of our mail server being unreachable (connection down) mail still gets queued and resent once it's back up?

We have had some issues with losing internet connection once in a while. Normally that would mean our mail server is unreachable and incoming email is bouncing. We've set up MX Backup (second MX ...
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151 views

Windows Home Server style redundancy/multi-disk-support on Windows Server 2008 R2?

I'm setting up a fileserver for our department. It'll be connected to the domain. I want it to have a very large amount of storage (several TB). Ideally, it should also preserve disk space by ...
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8answers
157 views

External Network Drive for Backup

My problem is that I have a server class machine with mission critical data sitting in a building and I have no data redundancy outside of the building. What's the cheapest solution to backup the ...
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3answers
736 views

Sharepoint - one way sync to a second SP server for standby/backup

Using MOSS 2007 on SQL server 2005 is there any way to do a "one-way" synch of data from a production server to a standby server? This would be a one-way process only, and can happen daily rather ...
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379 views

Can you recommend a failover solution for setups running multiple VPSes?

Here's what I have to work with: Root access to VPSes with different hosting companies that run CentOS only Two dedicated nameservers with over 100 zone entries Several webservers hosting the same ...
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5answers
555 views

Self-healing archive file format with redundancy

When I used RAR, I had an option to add some extra recovery data in order to be able to cope with a not-perfect medium (think floppy disks). It saved my day several times, specially when dealing with ...
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468 views

Data Backup redundancy/backups

I am looking at setting up a backup solution... well including in my backup solution actually... an external harddrive on my main file server. I then use something like Microsoft SyncToy to 'sync' ...