On Mon, 23 Nov 2009, Emen Zhao wrote:
> 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 updated, the updated version will be automatically push
> to all the other servers. Are there any ready-made tools up for
> this? Any suggestion?
I'd KISS and go with the Rsync suggestion.
If you need multi-master you need to very carefully consider failure
scenarios. E.g. in some cases you might be better off with a
distributed SCM than a distributed FS... (e.g. git).
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