On Fri, 6 Jul 2001, Daniel Baldoni wrote:

> Considering NFS is stateless, why do you consider it to be a more acceptable
> solution to, say, rsync (which I personally don't like - but that's another
> matter)?

Ok, sorry, I should have explained my reasoning.

Afaik rsync executes periodically to synchronize files between two
stations (correct me if I am wrong), but changes are not mirrored
instantly. Please correct me if I am wrong.

With NFS, changes are instant because they are stored on a central NFS
server, just as it happens with db storage solutions.

That's why I said that rsync does not seem a viable solution.


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