Definitions for "Fault Tolerance"
A process to decrease the likelihood of losing data in a RAID unit. Redundant components reduce the risk of unit failure by providing failover, while RAID levels reduce the risk of data failure by employing striping, hot spare hard disks and data parity operations to provide data regeneration.
The level of ability within a program or system to operate properly even if errors occur.
Any component in a system can fail. TTP is designed to tolerate any failure.
A means of protecting data by providing safeguards against hazardous events such as power outages or hard disk crashes.
connection drop forces automatic reconnect, preserving the active session parameters.
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