RES: Exchange 2003 failover products

  • From: "Tiago de Aviz" <Tiago@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 00:21:54 -0300

I'm very familiar with CA's BrightStor High Availability Manager. It's 
basically a service that monitors changes at file-system level and keeps a 
remote disk with the same database that your Exchange has while it's online.

When your Exchange box crashes, it executes a series of tests to confirm wether 
it's a network failure or if the "protected" Exchange box is indeed dead. Then, 
the "Secondary" machine will set the dead Exchange's IP addresses and names on 
itself and start the exchange services.

Once the Dead exchange box is brought back up, you can "reinstate" at some time 
and all modified data will be copied back to the crashed machine and the 
Secondary box will stand out.

In a matter of 30 seconds you're up and running. Also works with pretty much 
any other Messaging, database and web servers available for Windows.

-----Mensagem original-----
De: Byron Kendrick [mailto:bkendrick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Enviada em: terça-feira, 10 de maio de 2005 22:26
Para: [ExchangeList]
Assunto: [exchangelist] Exchange 2003 failover products

Anyone familiar with any of the Exchange failover/replication products
such as XOsoft WANSyncHA?  Anyone care to comment on these approaches to


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