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Hardware review: Stratus ftServer 4400, a fully redundant Linux server

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The fault-tolerant Stratus ftServer 4400 runs RHEL and is a proper redundant design -- not simply a pair of clustered boxes. Therefore, there is no failover time if a component dies as all functions are executed simultaneously on the redundant components. The system is even capable of automatically ordering replacements for failed components.
Now Stratus has introduced the ftServer 4400, running RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) Advanced Server 4.5 x86_64, which is about as standard as it gets. This is very good news for anyone who doesn't do Windows and is looking to deploy a completely redundant server. Yes, I do mean completely redundant.
 read more | mail this link | score:5002 | -Ray, December 20, 2007
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