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Failover in copy...

From: Christian Pearce
Subject: Failover in copy...
Date: Thu, 16 Sep 2004 12:59:08 -0400

I know I talked about this before.  But isn't this just the inverse of
define?  If the copy failed the define class wouldn't be set and the
failover would.  If the copy was successful just the opposite.  Isn't
this redundant?  All you have to do is ! the class and you have the
other condition.  Is there something about failover that I am missing?

I think it might be of interest to have it try a second IP address.  So
the server would take comma separated values.

Christian Pearce

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