The industry standard when it comes from redundancy is quite high, to say the least. To illustrate my point, here is my current setup (I'm running a financial service). Each server has a RAID array ...
I thought DNS primary/secondary for redundancy purposes was straightforward. My understanding is that you should have a primary and at least one secondary, and that you should set up your secondary in ...
I've got two Dell PowerEdge 2950 servers. In order to (hopefully) eliminate any downtime, I must implement a solution to detect and adjust to component failures, environment failures, etc ... the ...
I want to implement a redundancy solution. I have two subnets all windows XP machines - each with their own DHCP server - joined by a bridge. Currently - all machines get DHCP leases from the one ...
Short and sweet, I don't suppose you'll need more detail than this: We host our website on an in-house webserver. A catastrophe has and will happen again where communication from the web into/out ...
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 ...
In our shop we're faithfully using RAID in all our workstations, probably just because that seems to be the way it ought to be done. I'm talking about workstations for scientific simulations, using ...
Say I've got a web application running on a Linux VPS box. In order to apply kernel upgrades and some security fixes, I'll need to reboot the server. During this period, the server isn't reachable. ...
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' ...
Can anyone give an high-level overview of the options available for SQL Server clustering, their pros and cons? Is it better to use Microsoft Clustering services or SQL Server native clustering? Does ...