Re: [IPsec] HA/LS terminology

Rodney Van Meter <rdv@sfc.wide.ad.jp> Tue, 23 March 2010 20:51 UTC

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>
> I think this is a really nice taxonomy and think it might be useful
> to integrate it nearly as-is into the HA document.
>

Go for it.  I can't promise more help (I'm in workload-shedding rather  
than workload-accreting mode right now), but if it's useful, it was  
worth an hour of my time to write up.

There *must* be a standard textbook/reference on FT/HA, but I'm out of  
date.

		--Rod