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How to build a high availability Linux Webserver

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Set up a heartbeat failover cluster that lets a good server pick up where a bad one leaves off, ensuring that your site is never down for long. Maintaining maximum system uptime is increasingly critical to the success of on demand computing. Unfortunately, many off-the-shelf solutions for high availability (HA) are expensive and require expertise.
 read more | score:5690 | -Idean Momtaheni, October 14, 2004
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