I'd like to setup hot failover for that VM, so that if the server it is
running on goes down, it will auto-come back up on a second server. So
far, the finest I can get the replication granularity is 15 minutes, so
there is the potential of 15 minutes worth of 'data' to be lost on a crash
As I believe that most (if not all?) of the stuff on that VM is pretty
static as far as files, and there is no email over there, I can't think of
any reason *not* to do this for that VM ... but, I wanted to check here to
see if anyone knows of a reason that the potential lose of '15 minutes'
worth of data is a bad thing?
If not, I'll get that setup ...
I don't believe that any of the other VMs can have this setup yet, until I
can get the 'gap' reduced between replicas, since they are all dealing
with CVS in some form or another, or email ...
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