Fault Tolerance

As ABBYY FineReader Server 14 runs completely unattended, it has a number of fault tolerance features that ensure robustness of the system:

  • The system starts automatically at Windows startup. For example, in the case of a temporary power outage, ABBYY FineReader Server will be up and running automatically after the PC is rebooted.
  • Documents are processed so that no data are lost in the case of a system failure. All the images that were being processed when the failure occurred will stay in the queue and will be processed again after the system is restarted.
  • The Server Manager periodically checks to make sure that the Processing Stations are running and are available. If a Processing Station is temporarily down for some reason, the Server Manager will re-establish connection with it after it becomes operational. No administrator's involvement is required to re-connect a Processing Station.
  • If a Processing, Verification, or Indexing Station experiences a failure while processing a document, the document will be automatically re-routed to another available station. If no station is available at the moment, the image will remain in the queue and wait for the first available station.
See also

ABBYY FineReader Server Architecture

Document Workflow

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