Detlef Ulherr - Sun Availability Engineering Germany - Frankfurt writes:
> There are many famous apaplication servers in the field which have to be
> restarted whne the underlying database is restarted.
> The Oracle Application server is one of them. I agree with you this is a
> crappy design, but we are not in the ideal world.
So, should we design the system around "crappy" designs or good ones?
> In the clustering space, we are very well aware of this issue.
> BTW this problem can be soloved very easy in single node cluster on
> standalone system. with the features of Solaris Cluster this is a nobrainer.
> We can even have dependencies between smf services across zones.
I agree there's likely a real need for this. I'm just wary that it'll
leak into places where it's _not_ the right answer.
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