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Disaster Recovery

Disaster recovery procedures improve system availability by employing steps to resume operation of a failed system. Disaster recovery differs from fault tolerance in that disaster recovery typically requires manual intervention to restore the failed system whereas a fault-tolerant design can continue to operate without manual intervention if the system encounters a failure condition.

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