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Hi,
And what about using an NFS share?

On 22-Mar-99 Stuart Henderson wrote:
>> The first method that comes to mind is setting up a cron
>> job to rcp or ftp the users file on one machine or the other. 
>> We're not crazy about allowing rcp or ftp into our radius 
>> servers though... Is there another method anyone has found?
> 
> How does rsync or scp (part of ssh) sound to you? Scp encrypts
> everything and can be configured to require preset keys, and is the more
> secure of the two, although rsync is nicer about not copying things that
> haven't changed, and only sending the updates across rather than the
> whole file.
> 
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