Hear that sound above your head. That should be a clue to how clueless that statement of yours is.
But still a server by your definition.
Lol by your definition it is. But is this where you are starting to realise that some servers by your definition are not servers in the usual usage of the definition of server.
Of course its not a server like them, but still a data server, the data is digital now-a-days and when it displays the tv program on my tablet that it received from the TV station then it is a real server. But it is still serving data (information is data) to me if I sit in front of the TV and watch it.
And it still fits your definition of a server.
Yea but it is like your definition of a server.
No its not. a web server is quite different to what a vault does. Almost as different as the TV to my eyes. Different protocols, different type of data, different operations running. What web server does consensus using close nit two way interaction with a PEER? Have you learnt about consensus yet, or what a section actually is, and that might explain your misunderstandings.
NO a vault is like a node in a P2P network. And that is not called a server, in the usual usage of “server”