Hi Bill,

Thanks for your reply.

I found several online documentations on how to do the mirroring.
However, so far, all of them requires 1 Master gitolite servers and the 
rest of gitolite servers must be slaves.
So users must push to the master and the master will do auto push to the 

In my case, the scheme prob will not suit.
Lets say in my case, we have several users and the frequently push to the 
main (master) gitolite server in town A.

Then i clone / set up the gitolite server to a new machine and move the 
cloned machine to town B.
Connection from town A and town B is NOT highly reliable (will have 
frequent down time).
For example, on Jan 1, both servers are identical (after the clone), all 
repos are mirrored.

Later in 20 Jan, some of the users visit town B and the network connection 
between both cities is down.

In the tutorial you gave, users must push to the master (in town A). 
however, we prefer users to simply use server in town B (regardless the 
connection between two cities is up or down).

Is there any other way to do auto sync multimaster gitoliter servers?


On Thursday, January 23, 2014 5:49:39 AM UTC+11, Bill Shoenhair wrote:
> Teddy, 
> Mirroring using Git w/Gitoite is fairly straight forward. Here is a link 
> to the setup information: http://gitolite.com/gitolite/mirroring.html
> ~Bill 

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