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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: Server Maintenance Across Timezones (global)
Date Mon, 22 Sep 2008 13:08:31 GMT
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Peng,

Peng Tuck Kwok wrote:
> There's a lot of good suggestions here, maybe you could also justify
> maintaining a separate instance for the American customers. That would at
> least allow at a minimum to roll out changes specific for them, conform to
> their maintenance time :P. Yes I do realize it would be a replication of
> code in terms of releases but it is something to think about.

For an application used this widely, presumably you'll need multiple
physical machines, anyway. Since you require multiple machines, this
"replication of code" will have to happen, anyway. You ought to be able
to configure certain servers/clusters to provide, say, US-oriented
content, while others provide content for other geographic areas.

I think that's quite an elegant solution, actually. Thanks, Paul!

- -chris
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