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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2008 3:44 am    Post subject: Can VV do a hub-and-spoke sync? Reply with quote

I've looked at a couple mirror/sync packages but they slightly miss the target. With a description of the current network and my goals, perhaps someone can tell if if VV is for me.

Currently I have multiple offices (spokes) that have a folders stored on a main server (hub). The offices do not have access to each others folders, only their own. The main office processes files in these folders and therefor has access to all of them.

For speed reasons, I would like each spoke to have a copy of their folders in their office. When changes are made to the spoke folders, they should replicate back to the hub office.

That's the easy part. However, if the hub office makes changes to a folder it should replicate back to the associated spoke. Basically, real time bi-directional synchronization.

Oh, and did I mention the 300 MB database? If I make changes to it, will it replicate the entire database or only the changed records?

I gather I would need VV running on the hub as well as the spoke servers.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 15, 2008 3:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello

you could have ViceVersa installed on each spoke and sync vs the "home" folder on the hub.
Then VV also installed on the hub and sync between the home folders.

Real-time (sync as changes are detected) would be possible with VVengine: http://www.tgrmn.com/web/vvengine/vvengine.htm

As for the db, the entire db would be copied, VV does not sync records within dbs.

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