Failed while updating the boot sectors for disk0 partition1

14-Dec-2017 17:32

This data can also be sent to tape, rysnc'd/copied to another disk subsystem on another server, or "flashed" to another location if your filesystem or SAN unit supports it.There's allot that has to fail for you to completely use the data.

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It will also include information about the Zimbra_Suite_Plus modules where appropriate.

Remote locations introduce speed issue for data transfers which will also impact performance for most applications as it tries to stay in sync between the two machines for write and roll-back purposes.

My intent wasn't so much to give specific answers to this question but rather demonstrate that to answers these questions you have to get down to the real specifics - it's simply impossible to answer the broad question of "how do I make redundant servers".

The raid level of the disks on the san servers the "redundancy" in regards to data recovery for DR.

When you introduce the objective of having off-site redundancy the costs and issues become huge.

It will also include information about the Zimbra_Suite_Plus modules where appropriate.

Remote locations introduce speed issue for data transfers which will also impact performance for most applications as it tries to stay in sync between the two machines for write and roll-back purposes.

My intent wasn't so much to give specific answers to this question but rather demonstrate that to answers these questions you have to get down to the real specifics - it's simply impossible to answer the broad question of "how do I make redundant servers".

The raid level of the disks on the san servers the "redundancy" in regards to data recovery for DR.

When you introduce the objective of having off-site redundancy the costs and issues become huge.

One might ask, "Is there any other way to have redundant zimbra email servers?