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Old 02-10-2011, 10:48 AM   #1
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File replication between two servers

I am using Debian as mail server and proxy server. I need to configure one backup server for the same. Mainly I need to replicate/sync the files on both machines. So I can avoid the failure time. Please give me the information.
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Take a look at rsync

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thanks for replay...
rsync we can use, but that will not be live updation.
I am looking for a live updation solution.
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DRBD will meet your requirement


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