Fault-tolerance software

Fault-tolerance software

Post by unkno » Sun, 03 Jul 1994 22:35:36



Hi,
   I am looking info about Fault-tolerance software.

   The situation will be as following:

     HOST A ------ RAID ------ HOST B

   Host A, B share the RAID, when A is borken down, B will take over the
   process on A.

   Any hint will be appreciated, please e-mail me directly, thanks.

scott
.

 
 
 

Fault-tolerance software

Post by Greg Wats » Wed, 06 Jul 1994 03:31:56




Quote:>Hi,
>   I am looking info about Fault-tolerance software.

>   The situation will be as following:

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1. Fault-tolerance software

Hi,
   I am looking info about Fault-tolerance software.

   The situation will be as following:

     HOST A ------ RAID ------ HOST B

   Host A, B share the RAID, when A is borken down, B will take over the
   process on A.

   Any hint will be appreciated, please e-mail me directly, thanks.

scott
.

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