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rsync is a great tool for keeping files in sync. I would use it in combination with SSH (and public keys), like this: rsync -az -e ssh --delete /var/www otherserver:/var/www For multiple servers multiple uses of rsync might be the best option. Another option is pdcp -r, but that requires copying all the files every time instead of doing delta-transfers. ...


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First of all, let's have a reference for OpenLDAP replication in this page, section 18.3.3. Your configuration looks more like the one for MirrorMode replication than the one for N-Way multimaster replication. I think the most likely cause is that you didn't assign a uniqueserverID the the two servers, they both have a value of 1 and the replication overlay ...


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I ran into the a similar set of errors recently when my primary DC's system volume filled up (I'd just taken the job, and the DC was previously sitting at less than a gig of HD space and I hadn't gotten around to freeing space). When it happened, the nt file replication system (ntfrs) on the PDC got corrupted. Make sure that the structure of the sysvol ...


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At least for version 9.4, an identical filesystem path needs to exist on the standby(s). From http://www.postgresql.org/docs/9.4/static/warm-standby.html#STANDBY-PLANNING: "In particular, the path names associated with tablespaces will be passed across unmodified, so both primary and standby servers must have the same mount paths for tablespaces if that ...


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What do you want is a bidirectional, asynchronous replication/mirroring. The best tool at hand under Win2008+ (without buying special hardware/software) is DFSR. It was designed precisely with that WAN-routed replication in mind.


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Have you used the same hostname and IP address for the secondary? If so you need to remove the secondary as a DC, remove all GUID/references in DNS/ADDS to the old name...or you can use a unique name.



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