[CentOS] Compact Flash..
peter.d.farrell at gmail.com
Mon Jun 9 10:40:26 UTC 2008
I generally will do one of two things in addition to my normal backups.
1. run a cron that exports the database, then gzip it - I rsync that
off to another machine.
2. I replicate the database to other machines in the same tier.
I agree about the CF failure as well. No biggie. I would copy it's
partition somewhere else once a week for a potential restore of just
such a failure.
2008/6/9 Ryan Nichols <rnichols430 at gmail.com>:
> John R Pierce wrote:
>> Ryan Nichols wrote:
>>> I was trying to get the CF as the system drive and keep the database on a
>>> seperate drive incase either failed.. seemed like it made sense at the
>> if the CF fails, it won't boot. if the HD fails, you've lost your
>> database. not sure what the gain is here.
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> CF Fails, i can re inject it into a new CF card and away I go. yes if the
> HD fails ive lost the database, but its a monitoring box, toss a new one in
> , reboot the box and away we go.
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