A bungled Hitachi storage area networking (SAN) upgrade has delayed the payout of over $18 million in benefits in Oregon. The SAN failure began Monday evening in the state capital of Salem, and was fixed by Tuesday morning, with various state agencies taking the day to work through a backlog of jobs that had built up. " …
Obviously if they had a cloud this wouldn't of happened, time to go CLOUD, as it never has problems, it just works like magic.
And I thought they had 100% uptime, at least that's what the sales guy said?
At least over here they claim 100% data integrity, which is very much different from uptime or availability.
Got that in writing? 100% is nigh impossible to achieve.
this is filed under BOFH because he actually ... diverted ... the funds to his account in the Caymans?
Re: I guess
Aye, this is either massively miscategorized, or Simon has some 'splainin' to do.
Ah yes, the evil of a single point of failure! The architects of this network storage implementation should be taken out to the village stocks and pelted with rotten tomatoes!
A little more technical info please ..
What OS/Hardware/Network configuration did it run on?
What was the nature of the upgrade?
Just who in their right mind upgrades a live system?
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