[Samba] how to synch multiple servers?

Richard Lamboj richard.lamboj at bilcom.at
Fri Mar 26 02:01:12 MDT 2010


try DRBD with OCFS2. I have tried this, but when the traffic was to high and 
DRBD has two Masters(Both can write), than one Server will crash - from my 
experience. Maybe a FUSE Cluster Filesystem can help you? I have written one, 
but never finished it, or tested it in a Productiv Environment. There are 
some others Cluster Filesystems in High Level Programming Languages, but i 
don't know how fast this would be.

Kind Regards

Am Thursday 25 March 2010 16:48:35 schrieb PTaco:
> I mean, if a file is updated, added, or changed on 1 server, it will
> perform the same changes to the others automatically.
> John M. Drescher wrote:
> > On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 10:49 AM, John Drescher <drescherjm at gmail.com>
> >
> > wrote:
> >>> Is there a way to synch multiple servers at once so when one is
> >>> changed, samba updates all the other servers at the same time
> >>> automatically?
> >>
> >> What are you  talking about? Permissions or files or both?
> >>
> >> If just permissions use ldap.
> >
> > By permissions I mean user and machine accounts and the like not ACLs
> >
> > John
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