From: Sam Stickland (sam_ml_at_spacething.org)
Date: Mon 06 Oct 2003 - 15:36:45 BST
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Subject: Re: [vserver] How safe/reliable is vserver ?
> > > Is their any risk that an employee may access to data
> > > of the financial group ?
> > There is always a risk.
> I would like to say.
> There is no risk -
> as this is the point in having vservers.
> > > Is their any risk to loose data within a vps ?
> > just like any other server you can loose data.
> One benefit of vserver is that you can use
> tools like vserver-copy to have
> a ready to run copy of your server
> in another box (in another building)
Yes, this for me is the main reason I've been tracking this project: The
flexibility to be able to move around whole vservers. In a diastaster,
completely spare hardware isn't always available, and the ability to
resurrect a dead server on another machine is a great advantage. With
NAS/SANs and heartbeat monitoring, active/standby setups shouldn't be hard
to configure either.