Currently we have four web app servers, which are session-clustered via
I've also added a fifth server as a data note, which is of the same capacity
of the other four servers, CPU/memory wise. This node is not a web app
server, but just part of the cluster as an extra server node. It is expected
that this extra node would help protect/keep the clustered data in the event
of all web app servers being down for any reason.
Just wonder if you could have any comment on this setup. Is it a good
practice, or not really necessary? Or there are other better options please?
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