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From "David Jackson" <david.j.jack...@pickledbeans.com>
Subject Re: replicating content to apache servers
Date Mon, 13 May 2002 23:03:34 GMT
Saqib --
Depending on your level of acces (and OS), rdist, rsync are basice Unix
tools, you could even use CVS, also check http://freshmeat.net I'm sure
there are a nuber of tools to sync webite (maybe sitemanager?).

David

> Hi All,
> I would like to get some expert advice on the following issue. I need
> to distribute "static" content to various "intranet" apache web servers
> located globally, so that users are always d/l from there local
> websites. I know I can use CDN for this puprpose. However I would like
> to look into some alternative ways to do this.
> 
> I was thinking of having one master server, and pushing out the static
> content to other 25 apache servers using RSYNC. And then use 3DNS boxes
> to point the client machines to their local servers. Is that feasible?
> Or is there a better solution?
> 
> Any ideas?
> 
> Thanks
> Saqib Ali
> 
> 
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