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Resource sharing on a load balancer

Hi,
We use a load balancer for one of our web app. The application allows users
to upload files/images, which gets uploaded to the server the user is
connected to. My quesiton is how to synchronize the uploaded files between 2
web servers? What is the common practice when using a load balancer to share
the resources, especially images that are hard to be read from a UNC. Any
tips are greatly appreciated. TIA.
Jul 21 '05 #1
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