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revised Multiple data centers and HTTP traffic: DNS Round Robin is the ONLY way to assure instant fail-over?
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comment Could a Geo-DNS create availability issues?
What happened is, people answering "the other question" have already answer to this: Geo-DNS creates availability issues. Anyway, no one answered directly this question. What is the standard way to handle such situation on SF? Should I answer the question?
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comment Could a Geo-DNS create availability issues?
Well, the answer to this question is useful to answer the other question. IMHO, this question has a value in itself.
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revised Multiple data centers and HTTP traffic: DNS Round Robin is the ONLY way to assure instant fail-over?
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comment Multiple data centers and HTTP traffic: DNS Round Robin is the ONLY way to assure instant fail-over?
Added some info about Anycast failover on the question. Basically also TCP Anycast is not a perfect solution.
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comment Multiple data centers and HTTP traffic: DNS Round Robin is the ONLY way to assure instant fail-over?
Added some info about Anycast failover on the question. Basically also TCP Anycast is not a perfect solution.
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comment Multiple data centers and HTTP traffic: DNS Round Robin is the ONLY way to assure instant fail-over?
I understand your skepticism. Anyway, as you can read here crypto.stanford.edu/dns/dns-rebinding.pdf most of the current HTML browsers are already "smart".