> Never used remote logging for multilog so I can't tell you 
> about that, but it looks pretty straight forward.  NFS 
> settings can be tweaked to improve its performance/bandwidth 
> usage.  I've only seen it chew up a ton of bandwidth when 
> things aren't setup properly, or when a drive couldn't be 
> mounted properly.

Thanks - Would it be worthwhile running Samba only (The NAS will be
serving both Win+Linux boxes)?

> As for your mysql two-way replication.  Ordinarily I'd say 
> this was a bad and evil idea, in the case of the vpopmail 
> database it should be fine.
> Since they key their records with text fields and not 
> numerical ones the risk of a duplicate key breaking 
> replication is almost non existent.  Both servers would have 
> to add the same [EMAIL PROTECTED] at the same time, and what 
> are the chances of that...  The other option though, is that 
> vpopmail does support a master/slave setup where any writable 
> queries go to server X while readable ones are done locally 
> for performance.  This is a better scenario than two way 
> replication since you don't run the risk of replication breakage.

Second option sounds much better - If a writable query is performed, I
assume I must have master/slave configured (Master obviously being the
"writable" mysql server, which would then update all the slaves?)


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