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Sat 12 Jun 2010


Category : Travel/Melbourne.txt

Now that Liya the iPhone app had been submitted, and I'm twiddling my thumbs, here are some pictures from our trip to Melbourne last week.

Hai Hwee came along, so we had no one back home to tend to the server, if it went down. Fortunately it never did. But Hai Hwee did manage to set up a back-up server at her own home that duplicated everything the live server did, including getting synchronised updates from the live database - and she did all these in just a few minutes, a few days before we left. This would have allowed us to switch to the back-up quickly, if the main server went down. Just goes to prove you can actually do all these enterpricey things in a quietly efficient way without all these IT Department-like Sturm und Drang.

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