Repurposing servers on the fly with SCPM

Friday, 10 December 2004, 7:48 AM EST

Here's a hypothetical (and simplified) scenario: you have three Web servers, a database server, a file server, and several general purpose servers where people can log in to do code development and testing. All are running SuSE 9.2, and for giggles, we'll throw in that they're all running on similar, if not identical, hardware. Here's the rub: the main production Web server which hosts the main homepage for your site has a catastrophic failure. What do you do?

By Brian Jones at Linux.com

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