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Re: [Linux-cluster] using ccsd for syncing another configs



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On 10/08/10 14:28, Antony Mayi wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I like the way how cluster syncs its config using the ccsd. what a shame
> this is bound only to the cluster.conf itself - eg. when running samba
> as a cluster service it would be extremely useful to have similar
> ability to sync the smb.conf file.
> 
> could I reuse ccsd for such usecase? or does anyone have better solution
> using some cluster feature (so no rsync etc.)? I am interested in
> distributed config so putting it on shared storage is also not what I am
> looking for...

We use Csync2 for exactly this kind of config synchronisation.
Works very well.

http://oss.linbit.com/csync2/

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