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*Lemons, Jim
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Synchronizing directories between servers...

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10-25-2001 11:46 PM
Am looking for a procedure - software, to synchronize data in project
directories between servers.
Scenario is we have people working on the same project in different cities.
Wish to update project data created on one server updated to another across
the WAN and vice-versa on a nightly basis, Would like this to be automated
and rule-based where you could assign even specific directories and files to
be the "master" and if changed be copied to other servers.

Anybody have any experience w/ anything like this? Any shared thoughts on
the best way to accomplish this would be much appreciated.

Thanks in advance,


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James A. Lemons
CAD Systems Manager
Howard R. Green Company
P.O. Box 31039
4685 Merle Hay Road, Ste. 106
Des Moines, Iowa 50322-1966
Phone: (515) 278-2913
FAX: (515) 278-1846
http://www.hrgreen.com/
mailto:jlemons@hrgreen.com
*martin, jason
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Re: Synchronizing directories between servers...

10-26-2001 12:13 AM in reply to: *Lemons, Jim
I haven't tried any of these so can't recommend anything, but it's a
starting point
http://www.datamirror.com/
http://www.repliweb.com/

There is also a directory replication service in NT/2k server but I've not
had much luck with it (yet). We are currently working on our 2k AD
implementation and the directory replication for the netlogon folders has
worked flawlessly so far. You might take a look at replication options
available with 2k server.

jason martin
frankfurt-short-bruza

Jim Lemons wrote in message
news:55139CE2BEA89E0DE0F47B3988334948@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Am looking for a procedure - software, to synchronize data in project
> directories between servers.
> Scenario is we have people working on the same project in different
cities.
> Wish to update project data created on one server updated to another
across
> the WAN and vice-versa on a nightly basis, Would like this to be automated
> and rule-based where you could assign even specific directories and files
to
> be the "master" and if changed be copied to other servers.
>
> Anybody have any experience w/ anything like this? Any shared thoughts on
> the best way to accomplish this would be much appreciated.
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
>
> --
> James A. Lemons
> CAD Systems Manager
> Howard R. Green Company
> P.O. Box 31039
> 4685 Merle Hay Road, Ste. 106
> Des Moines, Iowa 50322-1966
> Phone: (515) 278-2913
> FAX: (515) 278-1846
> http://www.hrgreen.com/
> mailto:jlemons@hrgreen.com
>
>
>
>
>

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