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asked Network errors. What is at fault here?
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comment High-availability system, how do I start?
Ugh. Yes, that's fine if you're Sony. If, on the other hand you work at a company where you're the sole administrator, the likelihood of someone being interested in anything more interesting than your e-mail passwords for spam is actually extremely low, and the creative effort put into malicious activity hardly rises above the script kiddie or 419 scammer level. The bigger threat to the network is that one sysadmin, by a factor of about 100x.
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comment How to build a high availability Postfix system?
I think that a NAS basically solves the problem of mail storage and syncing, doesn't it? Especially if your mail store gets Large and you're hosting mail for numerous domains.
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comment High server availabilty for a small business
Actually, I suspect "30 minutes" is tied directly to the number of customer complaints he gets in 30 minutes. Failover systems for purely TCP/IP applications aren't so hard. Failover systems for telephone systems or VoIP that has some kind of tie-in to the PSTN on the other hand, are egregiously expensive.
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answered PEBKAC failure on Raid 1 array (striped) installation
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comment PEBKAC failure on Raid 1 array (striped) installation
I don't suppose there's any documentation on how to do this, is there?
Apr
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comment PEBKAC failure on Raid 1 array (striped) installation
Hmm, that's strange. IBM's ipssend program says that the controller really is in RAID 1E, and these drives are definitely all the same size. All drives are likewise online according to ipssend.
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comment PEBKAC failure on Raid 1 array (striped) installation
FYI, the RAID card reports that it's in RAID level 1E. Question has been updated to reflect this.
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comment PEBKAC failure on Raid 1 array (striped) installation
@WesleyDavid: Yes, it's the Built-in hardware raid on the 346; Specifically a ServeRAID 7k controller.
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comment PEBKAC failure on Raid 1 array (striped) installation
Yes, it's 4 disks, but I wouldn't call it 1 main and 3 mirrors. It appears to be the original RAID 1 mirror array striped across 4 disks like a RAID 5 array, or something. But I'm also a little fuzzy on this point.
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