Mirroring using Git w/Gitoite is fairly straight forward. Here is a link to
the setup information: http://gitolite.com/gitolite/mirroring.html
On Sunday, January 5, 2014 7:45:43 PM UTC-8, Teddy - wrote:
> Dear git experts,
> May i ask for help on how to set the following?
> Goal : setup 2 git (gitolite) servers and regularly (auto script) sync
> *) 1 main git server in the main office in town A.
> *) There is a small office in town B :
> -) which has VPN link (slow and we dont want to rely heavily on the
> vpn connection) to main office in town A
> -) small grup of people
> -) we want to set up new dedicated machine as git (gitolite) server
> which will be the mirror of git server in main office (town A). It will
> have exact copy of all repos on server in main office.
> -) people in town B will use their local server to get the git repos
> *) Automatic and regularly, we want to sync ALL the git repos on both
> (any changes to any repo in main office, should be update to server in
> town B and vice versa).
> How to achieve this using the existing git feature (not using linux
> features such as rsync, sync script, etc)?
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