[conspire] Partitioning problem

Adrien Lamothe a_lamothe at yahoo.com
Tue Feb 7 21:07:31 PST 2006

Tony Godshall <togo at of.net> wrote:Indeed.  Which is why I wrote "...I'd rather have fully
redundant systems and load-share across them- at least for
apps like webserver where it's easy to do so."

If the webserver is used to serve static pages, then you can get away 
with simply backing up the site, unless you absolutely need the site 
to be as available as possible. If your site is host to a mailing list, then 
you can probably get away with nightly backups. It's the old 
time/capital/complexity trade-off.

- Adrien

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