Re: server-to-server protocols

Ted Lemon <> Wed, 16 April 1997 00:51 UTC

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Subject: Re: server-to-server protocols
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> Having talked to lots of different people at Connectathon about server
> design issues, I can say with great conviction that we don't all have
> similar server designs, and the way we think about our databases is
> subtlely but significantly different in enough cases that I think
> trying to synchronize anything beyond actual lease addresses would be
> a really bad idea, at least in practical terms.

BTW, do I get any awards for longest run-on sentence in recorded
history?   Sorry about that... :')