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SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE] Ramback: faster than a speeding bullet
Daniel Phillips wrote:
>> Also, please note that the problem here is not related to the number of
>> nines of availability. This number only counts the ratio between uptime
>> and downtime. We're more facing a problem of MTBF, where the consequences
>> of a failure are hard to predict.
> That is why I keep recommending that a ramback setup be replicated or
> mirrored, which people in this thread keep glossing over. When
> replicated or mirrored, you still get the microsecond-level transaction
> times, and you get the safety too.

Do you mean it should be replicated with a second ramback? That would
be pretty pointless, since all failure modes would affect both. It's
not like one ramback will survive a crash when the other doesn't.

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