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Re: Webserver Redundacy

2007/3/1, Turbo Fredriksson <turbo@debian.org>:
This probably the most sane way... I haven't tried it in a couple of
years, but when I did, it wasn't mature enough. That was a long time
ago though, so I probably would go this route if I had to do it all

If you've got funds - the best enterprise solution would be to use a
storage server (keeping the maildirs) with fiber channel interfaces so
two servers would share the same storage (via global filesystem - GFS
) so there would be no "locking issues" even if you use mailbox format
between theese two MX servers and internet i woudl use a simple
loadbalancer utilizing your favourite failover protocol (maybe stp on
you switches etc etc etc... )


Wojciech Ziniewicz
Unix SEX :{look;gawk;find;sed;talk;grep;touch;finger;find;fl
ex;unzip;head;tail; mount;workbone;fsck;yes;gasp;fsck;more;yes;yes;eje
ct;umount;makeclean; zip;split;done;exit:xargs!!;)}

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