Clustering Systems

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    Clustering Systems
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    As a low-cost, all-purpose parallel  computing system with the advantages  of easy usage and good dependability,  the cluster system has become a  popular platform in lots of fields. 
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    Forces As you are designing your infrastructure,  consider the following forces:   Users expect applications to be available and  responsive when they use them.   Continuous uptime in a production  environment, whether it is a database  powering a critical client/server application or  an e-commerce Web site, is becoming a  common business requirement. 
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  There is a potential for high monetary loss  when an application fails.  For example, a high-volume online store bringing  in $25,000 per hour goes down due to a single  server that fails in the infrastructure. The monetary  impact can become quite severe if the outage  lasts for several hours.   All systems within an application 
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This note was uploaded on 07/15/2011 for the course ECO 2023 taught by Professor Mr.raza during the Summer '10 term at FAU.

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