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I want to protect my server from crashing in case of power failures. Is there hardware I can buy to keep my server online when the power fails?
There are various options but depending on what you are doing (i.e., working from home, managing an office, or just for minor personal use, etc.) two options would be to use a surge protector or a UPS (uninterrupted power supply). Using a surge protector would be recommended more for small usage. How UPS works is that in the event of an outage the remaining power to keep your computers, servers or equipment running is stored in a battery, which kicks in when loss of main power is detected. This allows a window of time to shut down. Most UPS devices will automatically initiate a shut down on your server or workstation once a power outage is detected, so there’s no need for a manual shut down. The majority of UPS will also come with surge protection.
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