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How to Synchronize Files Between Two Servers

Suppose you have a collection of files which are replicated on two different servers. The two replicas are then modified independently, and you want whatever changes made in one replica to be propagated to the other automatically, so that both replicas remain in sync. There are several file mirroring tools on Linux, such as rsync […]
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