[hobbit] grouping methods
josh at imaginenetworksllc.com
Mon Jun 16 19:24:14 CEST 2008
Not sure what the real reasoning is behind this but if you have 1000
servers monitored behind 3 hobbit servers each, figure one Hobbit
server goes down you lost 1000/3000 being monitored. If you have 3000
servers being monitored behind 1 hobbit server, that one point of
failure leaves you blind of all 3000 servers.
Those are my thoughts, at least =)
On Mon, Jun 16, 2008 at 1:07 PM, Linder, Doug (SABIC Innovative
Plastics, consultant) <Doug.Linder at sabic-ip.com> wrote:
>> Currently I'm running a total if 3 hobbit servers, each in a
>> different data center.
> Why 3 servers?
> We use one server to monitor hundreds of systems in data centers all
> over the world. Having one centralized configuration sure makes like a
> lot easier than trying to maintain three of them.
> Doug Linder
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