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    Default Preserving Data on a Server

    I am relatively new to Java, and I'm trying something new that I need help with.

    I'm trying to build something where the data on the server can never be lost, even if there were a natural disaster or something. I need the service provided to continue without any interruptions, ever.

    Does anyone have experience with this sort of thing? Would you use open source, replication, master-slave relationships?

    Any suggestions? I'm trying to find some sample code to move me along as well.

    Thanks for the help guys!

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    As long as you have electricity and network why should the program stop?

    What kind of high availability you're asking for? And what has OSS to do with replication or Master-Slave systems? Btw Master-Slave needs some sort of replication as well (normally).

    It sounds like you throwing together some buzzwords you heard earlier.

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    No data loss or service interruptions, ever? You might get a better answer here.
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    Get in the habit of using standard Java naming conventions!

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