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Re: [vox-tech] synchronizing several computers
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Re: [vox-tech] synchronizing several computers


this is a very common problem among people who manage a beowulf.  the
beowulf-howto might be a good resource here.  in fact, any beowulf resource
(webpages, faqs, administrators) would be good to look into.


begin: Aaron King <aking@ucdavis.edu> quote
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> OK.  Thanks.  I'll look into that.  Do you have URLs for the HOWTOs or
> other docs?
> One possible kink is that the home computer is behind a hardware
> firewall which lets no one in.  I suppose if I use NFS or AFS I'll
> have to keep the files on another computer, one accessible to the
> internet, and hence with less stringent security, no?
> Aaron
> Terminator wrote:
> > On Thu, 27 Sep 2001, Aaron King wrote:
> > 
> > > On any given day, I work with several linux computers (a desktop at
> > > home, one laptop, two or three at work, all connected by ethernet or
> > > DSL).  It is a constant hassle making sure that the data on the several
> > > computers is up-to-date.  There is mail, address book, appointment
> > > calendar, source code, data pertaining to several ongoing projects,
> > > etc.  I am wondering if anyone knows the best way to keep everything
> > > synchronized.
> > 
> > Why not try NFS or AFS? You only have to have one copy of the
> > data, and needn't worry about synchronizing at all.
> > 
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