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10 Key Questions You Should Ask before Formulating a Disaster Recovery Plan for SQL Server
Know the key questions you need to ask while you are working on a Disaster recovery plan.
Disaster  Recovery  Plan  Service  Level  Agreement  SQL  Server  Cost  of  Downtime  recover  mdf 
11 weeks ago by DataNumen
Pre-Trip Inspections: Why Are They Necessary?
In order to ensure everyone's safety, a pre-trip inspection is always crucial. Here are a few components of a proper pre-trip inspection and why they are paramount in the trucking industry.
downtime  pre-trip-inspections  trucks 
march 2018 by Adventure_Web
chris blogs: Anatomy of a Ceph meltdown
A quick word on our setup: We have three file servers with 12TB storage each that provide each three Ceph OSDs, a monitor, and MDS (to provide CephFS to a shell server and the office machines). Connected to these are two virtualization hosts that run 24 virtual machines total in QEMU/KVM. The file servers and virtualization hosts run on Gentoo, most VM are Debian, a few run Windows. The setup is very redundant: Ceph guarantees each file server can drop out without problems, and if one virtualization host goes down, we can start all machines on the other host (even if main memory gets a bit tight then).
ceph  gentoo  meltdown  filesystems  downtime 
february 2018 by vielmetti
The Online Hell of Amazon's Mechanical Turk - The Atlantic
The problem is not necessarily that requesters are underpaying for the work. The average requester pays around $11 an hour for the work they get, according to Hara. But there are also many requesters who pay less than that, and there are many requesters who post tasks that take longer than they say to complete. Still, the root of the problem is that these platforms allow requesters to avoid paying workers for the downtime that would arise if workers did these tasks full-time.
amazon  hit  crowdsourcing  productivity  capitalism  humancapital  downtime 
january 2018 by kme
Rails Migrations with Zero Downtime - via @codeship | via @codeship
An article about Zero Downtime Deployment and the process of changing a Rails database without introducing any downtime – by Pedro Belo.
Rails  devops  database  programming  activerecord  migrations  downtime  zero  deployment  zero-downtime 
october 2017 by benediktdeicke

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