On Mon, 9 Dec 2002, Dave Page wrote:
> > > Having one machine that can access the database and build
> > the pages,
> > > and another to serve them is 'redundancy' how exactly?
> > One machine fails, the other can pick it up. It also makes
> > it possible for folks to work on it and check out the end
> > product without it going live.
> For real redundancy, both machines must perform the build and serve the
> pages. I think keeping it on both machines will just add to the
> complexity for little gain.
> You're the webmaster though - just let me know what you want to do...
Where exactly are the static pages?
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