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Old 6th March 2012, 08:08
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Default back up server?

i have an extra computer just sitting and i need a project so i was wanting to create a backup/ mirror server. so a complete copy of my main server.

i was thinking that if there was a problem with the main server that the backup/mirror server could take over and keep the sites up and running.

i have looked and did not see anything it there a howto for ubuntu 10.04 for this?

thanks


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