On Tue, Sep 19, 2006 at 12:10:01PM -0500, Jim C. Nasby wrote:
> Moving to -www, since this is more than just a Slony issue.
[. . .]
> Even with the hosting that CMD and other companies are providing, have
> we looked at what the disaster recovery plans are? If CMD burns to the
> ground tonight, how do we get everything back online? Where are the
> backups? Do we even know who to contact when <insert arbitrary
> site/server> goes down? Is that documented anywhere?
This very set of questions is why I asked, on the Slony list, that we
write down what we think we need: what is the problem we are trying
to solve? Then we can come up with a set of features and behaviours
that will solve that problem. Then we can evaluate what technology
can help us in our quest.
I'm happy to try to summarise whatever discussion goes on in the
Slony discussion for the -www audience, if that will help. Will it?
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