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I have got a unix server installed on head office and more than 50 remote stations make transation online, I would like to place another server to be updated with the existing one on each transation be made by remote machine.
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by:tgreaser
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I think a corn job would work for this. What type of OS are you useing ??  

Are you doing this for Fault tolerance ?  if so you might just want to make a mirror of your data drive.  
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I am using SCO Open Server 5.02, This server is for a small online reservation for an small Airline Company, If anything goes wrong with the server, We could make it happen that other machine can get hold of it.
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profox earned 100 total points
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If you need hot-standby/automatic failover, use the
product Fault-Freedom from 1776Inc. It exists for SCO
OSR5 and UW2/UW7. You can find more informations at:
http://www.1776soft.com

Happy New Year.
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