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Redundancy (7 items)
English versions of the articles about redundancy.
Sunday 12 February 2012 / Pierre author list
These articles should give some thoughts and ideas on how to make a good plan for handling of errors in a radio or TV environment. The articles should be read in the order they appear in here, and end by a few guidelines which hopefully can prevent you from spending all your budget on redundant equipment that doesn't help you the day the disaster hits you. These [read more]
1. Redundancy to solve all problems (hits: 1404)
Introduction - Klik her for dansk version
on 13 Feb 2012 by Pierre
This series of articles should give some ideas on how to make a good plan to handle errors in a radio or TV broadcasting environment.
The articles should be read in the order they appear here, where this is the first article.
2. Active or passive redundancy (hits: 8472)
Klik her for dansk version
on 13 Feb 2012 by Pierre
A basic explanation of different types of redundancy, and what they are good at.
3. ”There can be only one” or “Who guards the guard?” (hits: 1185)
Klik her for dansk version
on 13 Feb 2012 by Pierre
”There can be only one” – about all the places where you can’t have two of everything even when you have two of everything.
4. The human factor and red buttons (hits: 1011)
Klik her for dansk version
on 13 Feb 2012 by Pierre
5. Rescue Drills (hits: 939)
Klik her for dansk version
on 13 Feb 2012 by Pierre
How to get the users to do the right thing in case of an emergency ?
6 Cluster Servers (hits: 943)
Klik her for dansk version
on 13 Feb 2012 by Pierre
This article goes a bit deeper into some practical details about cluster servers.
7. Conclusion – 3 guidelines about redundancy to solve some problems (hits: 1037)
Klik her for dansk version
on 13 Feb 2012 by Pierre
Finally some recommendation about what to do – and not do – when investing in redundant systems. You may have noticed that ”all” problems have become ”some” problems in the title – this is not a mistake. If you have read the previous article, you understand why.
 

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