Well, I got a lot of very quick responses to this question and I
would like to thank everyone for they comments and suggestions. By far the
most common (almost 100%) suggested rsync from http://rsync.samba.org with
rdist a close second. Some also suggested using Veritas Volume Replicator
and a couple suggested EMC's SRDF. We had looked into SRDF and found that
it was way to expensive for what we wanted to do.
At 12:46 PM 12/4/00 -0500, Paul LaMadeleine wrote:
> I've got two system on different subnets that need to have some
> data type file systems kept in sync. the two systems are actually in
> different data centers and will be used for redundancy. They need to be
> synced a minimum of once a day, but I would like something closer to once
> an hour.
> Any thoughts?
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