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mirror database remotely

mirror database remotely

mirror database remotely

Top of the mornin to y'all
If I could just throw a question into the ring, I would love to get some feedback on my options here.
I have a Firebird 1.5 database on a standalone web server.  We are currently investigating our options for disaster recover etc.  The question is this:
What, IYHO, would be the best way to have a continuous remote connection to this database which enables constant mirroring of data?  Is there some middleware available to control this?  Or perhaps it would be simple to write my own?
Your opinions would be greatly appreciated
cheers all

Remember... True happiness is not getting what you want...

Its wanting what you have got!

RE: mirror database remotely

Hi Martijn

I posted this question here because..  well have you seen how many people hang out on that forum? It's not too busy I thought since they are essentially the same database I would have better luck here.

I found IBReplicator a while after I posted this.. am having trouble getting it to work properly though... but am in contact via their mailing list.

Thanks for replying


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