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Real time backup of applications in Linux

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hello,
I really need a help on the topic: Real time backup of applications in Linux.
The condition is that, there are two servers, server1 and server2, and we have to backup the changes made on server1 to the server 2 but it has to be on realtime.
Previously, i used Rsync but its doesnot happen on real time. Can anyone help me on this matter.

Thanks,
Sagar
Oct 2 '07 #1
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Motoma
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hello,
I really need a help on the topic: Real time backup of applications in Linux.
The condition is that, there are two servers, server1 and server2, and we have to backup the changes made on server1 to the server 2 but it has to be on realtime.
Previously, i used Rsync but its doesnot happen on real time. Can anyone help me on this matter.

Thanks,
Sagar
NetBSD is the only OS I know that natively supports this, but if you need set this up on an existing machine, you will most likely need to invest in backup solution from a software vendor.
Oct 2 '07 #2

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