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Re: 20010328: failover alternate?



Hi Neil, 

Checking in to see how your data feeds are holding up.

I still have the allow on thelma for you as a failover and I suspect you
are OK now with FSU as your primary feed.

I will investigate replacing:

aqua.nsstc.uah.edu

as your failover, but as of now i would still use thelma for your
failover until we can find another viable site to fail to....

Thanks, 

-Jeff
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On Wed, 28 Mar 2001, Unidata Support wrote:

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> ------- Forwarded Message
> 
> >From: "Neil R. Smith" <address@hidden>
> >Subject: failover alternate?
> >Organization: Texas A&M
> >Keywords: 200103280636.f2S6aPL16203 IDD failover
> 
> ldm site: coriolis.met.tamu.edu
> 
> Our present failover, aqua.nsstc.uah.edu, is currently
> mostly unreachable - ping reports 80% packet loss. And
> it's been running ~30% loss for the last day or so.
> 
> If my primary, pluto, goes down, I'm concerned we wouldn't
> be getting anything from aqua. Is there an alternate
> failover available, or should I be concerned about this?
> 
> Thanks, -Neil
> 
> ---
> Neil R. Smith, Comp. Sys. Mngr.         address@hidden
> Dept. Atmospheric Sci., Texas A&M Univ. 979/845-6272 
> 
> 
> 
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