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Re: what is normal conserver hang during reconfig

Chris Fowler cfowler@outpostsentinel.com
Tue, 25 Oct 2016 15:27:27 GMT

From: "Zonker via users" <users@conserver.com>
To: "Bryan Stansell" <bryan@conserver.com>
Cc: users@conserver.com
Sent: Tuesday, October 25, 2016 11:06:48 AM
Subject: Re: what is normal conserver hang during reconfig
Also, my main conserver is a dedicated host, on it's own UPS, which is powered by the data canter UPS... maybe it's overkill for some, but I can tell you if there were any problems shutting down the rest of the world, or bringing it back online again. (This was a really important feature after our campus lost PG&E Mains power TWICE in 14 hours last Monday. :-)

I'm different.

All mine are independent.  They have their own configs.  Console output is stored on their local storage.

Main location is a program I wrote that pulls its info from a database on what to connect to.  It stores output to its local disk.  To connect from the main I have 2 programs.  One uses the console protocol.  The other uses SSH to the target host and then executes console on it.