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Re: Laptops as servers?
From: Bennett Todd <bet () rahul net>
Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2000 09:49:16 -0400


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2000-06-15-08:25:49 James Smith:
[...] I think the problem is mission critial redundancy.  So
they'd only be good for things like DNS and SMTP, that have fall
backs built into the protocol, or for web servers clusters.
It would be interesting to see a laptop with hotswappable
motherboards, etc.

How about hot-swappable laptops, doing content replication to keep
the spare up-to-date?

- -Bennett
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