What sort of redundancy (power, disk, memory etc.) is built into the host server?

Curious to know the types of redundancy built into the host server:

  1. Does the host use dual power supplies? Are they fed with A+B power, or A+A?
  2. Does the host use SSDs set up in a redundant configuration?
  3. Does the host use ECC memory?
  4. Is the BIOS memory configuration set up for any redundancy? (e.g. mirrored, spared, etc)

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Hello friend!

Happy to answer these for you:

  1. Dual PSU, A+B power.
  2. SSDs are in RAID10.
  3. We do use ECC memory.
  4. We do not have any kind of memory mirroring/redundancy configured.

I hope that helps you with what you needed to know :)

Kind Regards, Jarland