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From "Chabot, Jerry" <Jerry.Cha...@ironmountain.com>
Subject Asychronous Replication
Date Tue, 10 Apr 2007 20:00:22 GMT

I'm considering options for asynchronous replication. A low cost option is to freeze the source
and target databases,
synchronize the files using rsync (one way) and unfreeze the databases. Freezing is acceptable
given the expected
usage.

My concern is existing clients of the target database may see stale data. Is there a need
to flag the target clients that 
the files have changed?

Does anyone see any technical issues with this approach?

-Jerry



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