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IBM Developerworks: High-availability middleware on Linux, Part 5: IBM DB2 Universal Database

Jul 21, 2005, 14:46 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Hidayatullah H. Shaikh)

"Data is the blood of a modern, on demand business; the system that stores and moves that data around -- servers, networks, databases -- is the heart. But both are inert components without the heartbeat -- having reliable, readily available access to that data, access with minimum downtime.

"The first installment of this series, High-availability middleware on Linux, Part 1: Heartbeat and Apache Web server, introduced high availability (HA) concepts and how to install and configure heartbeat. This part, the final installment of the series, covers the HA implementation for DB2 UDB 8.1 in a cold standby configuration using heartbeat..."

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