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Why should an OPS be implemented along with a standby server?

Why is an OPS suggested as a option to be implemented along with a standby server?
You could set up a two instance OPS cluster and let the second instance lie unused until you needed it. I prefer this solution; it will cost you a little more in hardware and software, but also allows you to add capacity (CPU and memory) quickly with the second instance.
This was last published in September 2002

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