What's the stance of redundancy for bloxTools in NIOS 6?
In NIOS 5 we were told our data would be replicated to Grid Master Candidates automatically so that if the Grid Master were to go down we wouldn't loose any data.
In NIOS 6 bloxTools runs on a Member and NOT on a Grid Master. Is data automatically sync'd/backed up anywhere so that when the Member running bloxTools is lost one can restore it on another Member without loosing data (or with a minimal loss)?
Also, are there any plans to increase access to bloxTools to include SSH access and perhaps give root access? It's so painfully difficult to troubleshoot code running on bloxTools.
Also, it appears the maximum memory one can allocate to bloxTools is still low - 1024mb for the high end appliances (which are very expensive), going lower for the lower spec appliances. Why is the memory limited so? And the disk space for that matter, is also limited to 4gb, this also seems low?