Csync2 work only as PUSH,
you will have to run `csync2 -x` on each host you need to keep in sync.

you can use a cron job or use something like lsyncd.



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Rabin

On Sun, Oct 11, 2015 at 4:33 AM, Brian Blater <brb.li...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm trying to wrap my head around how csync2 is actually working and how
> to get something working.
>
> Here is my .cfg file:
> nossl * *;
>
> group production {
> key /etc/csync-production-group.key;
> host server1;
> host server2;
> include /data;
> exclude /data/conflict;
> exclude *~ .*;
> auto none;
> }
>
> This .cfg is the same on each host. Now, I can easily get server1 to
> update any files it has on server2 by running csync2 -xv. I don't seem to
> have a problem with that.
>
> However, what if I have a file that has been updated on server2 that I
> want sync'd to server1. Basically I'm looking for bi-directional sync. Does
> csync2 work that way? It doesn't appear to work that way.
>
> How would one go about bi-directional sync? Do I need to run csync2 on
> both servers?
>
> Thanks,
> Brian
>
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