[CentOS] Re: Centos and colocation....

Scott Silva ssilva at sgvwater.com
Wed Sep 24 17:15:27 UTC 2008


on 9-24-2008 10:10 AM Bob Hoffman spake the following:
> 
>> Good job Bob,
>>
>> Now you get to do it again for "redundancy" just in case the 
>> main box somehow croaks, ya gotta be auto failover redundant, 
>> or have a hot or cold spare sync'd
>>
>> Surprise!
>>
>  
> Don't even go there....lol
> Still 10 times better than my dedicated ever could be. Proud of that. And
> for 150 a month... And I got a spare 1u sitting there.
> 
> Got a spare motherboard, fans, powersupply sitting here 5 minutes from the
> server. 3 drives in a software raid 1 with one as a hot spare and one extra
> for a backup. 2 cpus, 2 mem sticks.....
> If the case breaks I am screwed though. Gonna add a second comp with a slave
> database and vice versa when I can afford a second one.
> 
> The next step will be branching to two servers...and that will just be as
> long off as I can make it.
> 
> My business plan is to make enough money so that when it comes to branching
> to a second server I can hire one of you maniacs to bang your head against
> it while I go to the beach..
> 
> :)
Capitalism at its finest! ;-P



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