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Hardware Protection
There are multiple technologies to safeguard your hardware from unavailability should a component fail. Examples include:
Use a backup power supply to protect the server from a power failure.
Bond multiple network ports or use a software-based solution to failover network connectivity to surviving ports.
Use a RAID configuration that provides protection against disk failure, such as RAID5 or RAID6.
Use a separate standby system (see Standby Configuration), ideally in a different, remote location.
Use the High Availability Option for Red Hat Cluster Suite to configure a standby server with database files stored on shared storage. This option is only available on Linux. For more information see the Vector User Guide.
Last modified date: 04/26/2023