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across two switches. In my tests, no simulated failure or network reconfiguration caused more than a a few hundred milliseconds worth of network outage. This means that one can set up an isolated … redundant front network for web applications using any layer two switches that are not inherently redundant. To avoid client connections taking the long way into the company network and back through …
answered Oct 19 '12 by Roy
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With the introduction of Oracle Engineered Systems the DBA is moved somewhat closer to infrastructure design decisions, and expected to at least have some opinions of the network design requirements … switches are individually wired to the rest of the network, with no direct links between the two. At first glance this does look like a reasonable design, but the more I think about different fault …
asked Oct 17 '12 by Roy