Highly-Affordable High Availability
Wednesday February 04 2004 @ 09:43PM EST

Linux Magazine: If you're a system administrator, you've already had it happen: you've just ordered lunch when your pager goes off. No lunch for you today. Or maybe you're on the other side of the fence: the server is down, and your system administrator can't be found. You miss your deadline because no one's available to fix your critical system.

High-availability (HA) clusters can dramatically cut downtime, and since service failovers are fast and automatic, system administrators get to finish their lunch and users get to finish their work. "Admins" are happy, users are happy, even pointy-haired managers are happy, because minimizing work stoppages saves money.

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