I have a client in the US that has their company files from their
office on an in house PC server. DSL connection with firewall to the
outside. They have just set up a office in London and want to sync
the same office directory to a OS X machine in their London office.
DSL/firewall connection. They want to sync either at certain times
each day or when ever a change is made to one server it would also
make the change to the other server. Is this a matter of some
What is the best way to do this?
You could consider using rsync. It can be scheduled with cron.
There's no really good way to trigger a sync on specific changes, but
since rsync is very good at noting them just sync more often. There
is the concern that if there are many files to keep in sync that
since they have to be checked for differences that checking too often
can consume unnecessary CPU and IO resources. Which is why it's
better to change the process of how files are copied to the servers
to force a sync.
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