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I'm not quite sure what your actual questions are. Your overall question is fairly vague. You have three main questions here from what I can gather: Where should I start to get my own scalable PaaS infrastructure? Is Passenger something I should even be considering? Is Docker something I should be considering? I'll answer number 3 first since that is ...


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The sort of thing you're asking for has to be already built into an application, can't be bolted on after the fact. Talk to your vendor about the issue, and talk to your IT department about (not) deploying an application that your infrastructure can't really support.


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My usual solution for something like this is to leverage multiple and diverse internet connections through the use of a link balancer (I prefer Elfiq). Your resiliency and susceptibility to internet outages improves considerably with this approach. Since you're connecting to a host in a stabile facility and don't seem to have inbound needs, this is probably ...


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SysAdmins, I MADE IT .. Cheers :) Actually it was not that easy. I had to go over a container in the constructions site which is 300+ meters away from my server room and set my devices because I found a good coverage there where I never thought about checking before. Of course I had to put a multiple switches on the way to not lose the signal. I got 4 ...


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AlwaysOn (available in SQL 2012 and later) provides a three-server arrangement (primary, secondary, listener). When used with SQL Server Native Client 11.0 (SNAC 11.0), it allows client applications to automatically and transparently reconnect to the availability group after a failover. The configuration is much simpler than it ever used to be with ...


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The issue has been resolved. It is impossible to implement MSDTC services while using SQL Server 2012/2012R2/2014, high availability platforms. You will not able to add, MSDTC Services to your Cluster services role. I reverted the whole system to classical Clustring services - SQLNODE1,SQLNODE2,SAN Drive [we installed Buffallo Tera Byte solution]. ...


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This looks like what happens when there's a SAN zoning problem keeping server #1 from seeing one of the SAN's interfaces, or you're having problems with one of server #1's HBAs.


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This sounds like a local storage issue to me. I worked in an environment with hundreds of ESXi hosts who ran on local RAID storage. Unfortunately, the local storage controllers in the hardware were unstable... a toxic mix of bad LSI firmware revisions, defective backplanes and Supermicro hardware. But the behavior your describing is indicative of a local ...



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