From: Christian Mayrhuber (christian.mayrhuber_at_gmx.net)
Date: Wed 24 Mar 2004 - 10:38:17 GMT
On Wednesday 24 March 2004 11:13, Stadt Zirndorf, EDV wrote:
> I use vserver in the meantime as "serious" project on two places in my
> company. Let me tell you shortly. The scenario is always the same:
> 1. Have a mothersystem with nearly nothing installed.
> 2. Have small child-systems which are in production for a small work. This
> is mysql3, mysql4, mail+spam+virusfiltering, dns+dhcpd, home with samba.
> 3. Backup of mothersystem is made with ghost to have a broken system
> running again superfast.
> 4. Backup of all child-systems with tar via a usual back-program or rsync.
> 5. In case of overload or software-crash or hardware-crash install vserver
> to different hardware.
> 6. EASY and FAST installation of testsystems without having a lot of
> After a LAAARGE RAID5-crash I found that it's very important not only to
> backup files but to let the machines running again as fast as possible.
> Because of this I have this strategy:
> 1. standard hardware (Intel processor, 3com NIC, ATA-harddisk or RAIDs as
> ATA visible to machine, NO special drivers for RAID needed)
> 2. Backup of extreme large data-partition with rsync to external harddisk
> to make backups more frequently.
> __Thanks__ to Herbert and all the people helping him creating such a gooood
> Stadt Zirndorf, EDV
> Richard Lippmann
> Tel. 0911/9600-190
Hmm, I could have written that, too ;-)
Yes, thanks a lot to vserver developers, especially to patchmonster Herbert!
-- lg, Chris
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