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In a shared nothing web cluster, multiple web servers share common client access, but each accesses its own "read-mostly" copy of the data.
A shared nothing cluster is useful for improving application availability.
In addition, the X1 Enterprise Search Suite is built on a near linear, shared nothing architecture that scales to millions of files and terabytes of data.
When combined with LifeKeeper[R] for Linux, a variety of configurations to protect applications can be built, ranging from low-cost two node shared nothing clusters to geographically-dispersed clusters for disaster recovery protection.
When combined with LifeKeeper[R] for Linux, cluster configurations can be built, ranging from low-cost two node shared nothing clusters to geographically-dispersed clusters for disaster recovery protection.
LifeKeeper supports both shared nothing configurations using data replication and shared storage configurations which can be built using direct-attached shared SCSI, Fibre Channel SANs or Network Attached Storage devices.
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