From: <kae at verens.com>
> On 11/23/2009 03:45 PM, Emen Zhao wrote:
>> Hello All,
>>>> Here is my scenario - I have a bunch of Linux servers. I want one of them
>> act as a file server, where if any file in a specific folder gets
>> the updated version will be automatically push to all the other servers.
>> there any ready-made tools up for this? Any suggestion?
>> I'm not a console programmer, but isn't dnotify used for this purpose? If
> I remember correctly, dnotify can be used to tell a script when a
> directory has changed. you can then use whatever you want to send the
> files to the recipients.
There's also fam, File Alteration Monitor, which'll run as a daemon.
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