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Best way to handle when Production XI is in outrage/down

Hi All,

My production box is running smoothly now.If we want to go for any outrage and still we will be receiving many messages through internet from many partners.

So we are expecting how to receive the messages when production XI is in outrage. My client is thinking of putting one more instance with the replica of Production box. So that when the main production is in outrage then immediately they can switch back to this replica version and they can process the messages untill the main one get ready.

Now I am very much concern what are the implication will be if we go like this.

1. which is the best way to handle XI box to maintain when the system is outrage/down?

2. Is it a good idea of creating replica of production instance and maintaing this when the main one is in outrage?

Kindly suggest what you guys are doing for your implementations.

Thanks

Seema

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    Posted on Sep 17, 2008 at 06:18 AM

    I generally go into hiding when my systems are outraged...Those bits and bytes do scare me sometimes.

    T00th

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    Posted on Sep 17, 2008 at 08:17 AM

    Outrage = outage = downtime = not available ?

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  • Posted on Sep 17, 2008 at 09:03 PM

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    > 1. which is the best way to handle XI box to maintain when the system is outrage/down?(An act of extreme violence or viciousness)

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    XI Box - Outrage -Should be a robotic XI Box. Now I know that you are thinking what to do when cops come and handcuff it. -- Just kidding..

    Ok, here's the logic, you want to replace a piece of water pipe that gets water to your faucet. What do you do without the water leaking or disrupting the water supply... you either turn off the valve or add a temp pipe to keep the water flowing..

    So check into your sys landscape for Fail safe or High Availability, may be one of those can save you money and time.

    AB

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2008 at 06:48 AM

    Read the beautiful answers from fellow members.. Kudos to them.

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