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There is a commercial solution (http://www.wandisco.com/subversion/clustering/) but maybe I can use another mechanism or even git with svn compability? You could try VisualSVN Server 3.0 Enterprise Edition or newer. The new feature in the 3.0 release is the Multisite Repository Replication. The feature allows you to keep multiple writeable (or read ...


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We figured out that it was a replication issue across our two Domain Controllers and that our firewall was blocking DFSRS (Distributed File System Replication Service). That caused all sorts of subtle things to break in our environment.


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Do you mean 4 slaves from one master? If so, that's a pretty common configuration for read scaling. INSERT, UPDATE, MERGEm, and DELETE on the master. Then SELECT from any of the saves to spread out the read load. Most versions of MySQL will support this. I'm not sure where the stand-alone server gets its data. Is it the master? Is it another slave. If the ...


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If you create a new domain and the DC that you create on is running Windows 2008 or higher, then the SYSVOL replication is done via DFS-R; if the DC you create on is running Windows 2003 R2 or lower, the SYSVOL replication is done via FRS. If you later add Windows 2008 or higher DCs to a domain created on a 2000/2003/2003R2 DC, and remove the DCs that are ...


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You have to wait sync job to be done.Check it by View Snapshot Agent Status. It automaticaly started after you created replication


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Very short answer: Unless you have really, really oddball connectivity (connections with time-limited availability, connections with excessively high bandwidth costs that warrant tuning replication traffic) you really don't need to manually adjust anything about Active Directory (AD) replication. It just works (rather well, actually). Microsoft has ...


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Selecting "Entire Domain" in the "Find..." dialog causes the search to be run against the Global Catalog partition of the Active Directory. Selecting the domain causes the search to be run against the domain's partition. It's unclear to me why you're seeing older data in the domain partition than in the Global Catalog. It sounds like you're looking at a ...



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