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Replicate Rackspace Cloud for Disaster Recovery?
Does anyone know how, if possible, I can replicate a Rackspace Cloud instance X to another instance, Y, for disaster recovery? So if cloud X goes down or has a problem the website will be served from ...
Apr 5 '11 at 12:45
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