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Re: server iteration

From: Alexander Jolk
Subject: Re: server iteration
Date: Mon, 23 May 2005 12:30:06 +0200
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Tod Oace wrote:
On May 20, 2005, at 02:10, Alexander Jolk wrote:

Does anyone use the server= iteration? I'm not seeing how it would be used the way it currently works. Changing it to stop at the first successful server seems much more useful to me.

I'm not using it, but have you thought of combining this with SingleCopy? That might just do what you need.

An interesting idea, but I would still have to double my quantity of copy statements, yes? One set for the primary server and a second for the alternate. Or am I misunderstanding?

As I said, I'm not using it right now, but I think it should work with just one statement. You set SingleCopy = ( on ) and then give your primary and failover server as a list, server = ( primary:failover ). I would expect the copy to just stick with the first server found in that case.


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