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Re: DFS alternative for linux

From: Madison Kelly <linux_at_alteeve.com>
Date: 2006-10-04 19:28:08 CEST

Ruslan Sivak wrote:
> I'm looking to keep my working copies syncronized between 2 servers, and
> I was wondering if there is something similar to DFS on linux. On
> windows we use DFS (Distributed File System) which replicates changes
> between 2 shares almost instantly. It detects that files have changed
> and initiates replication. Sometimes it's kind of slow for large
> changes, but it works perfect for small deployments.
> Is there something similar that exists for linux?
> Russ

I don't have any personal experience with it, but have you looked into
'code' or 'cifs' file systems? Also, do a general search for 'HA linux'
(HA=High Availability). A while back I was looking into that stuff for
other reasons and, of course, a big part of high-availability services
is having as close to real-time replicated file systems as possible. :)

Sorry I couldn't help more directly!


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