jullrich at euclidian.com
Thu Jun 12 14:39:52 GMT 2003
well, some experience, here a few "lessons":
- costs explode as you try to achive "real time fail over".
- its all about planning. You can get away with an unplanned
datacenter to some point. But replicating such a "non-plan" will not
- Its relatively easy to replicate a database in close to real time.
But the place I am running into difficulties is file systems.
'rsync'/'unison' are ok if you can afford to lose a few minutes of
data. There are network file systems, but I haven't used any (realize, I
am not talking about 'NFS' or 'AFS', but about real
distributed/redundant file systems like GFS)
In short, it comes down to money. There are also a few services that
may be more cost efficient (I think Sunguard does this).
And don't forget, there is a SANS Step-by-Step Guide ;-)
On Thu, 2003-06-12 at 10:19, Deb Hale wrote:
> Have any of you on the list had experience with design and development of
> Hot Sites for Disaster Recovery? I am considering proposing this to out
> local community and am trying to get information. Any ideas? Deb
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