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You could have a bad configuration in the csync database. Remove the database and double check your configuration. rm /var/lib/csync2/*
Given that Google's main use case is to get you to abandon on-premise directory services I think you're going to have a tough time finding any canned examples. The Google Directory API has functionality to retrieve all users and the output should be reasonably easy to parse (since it's just JSON). You might be able to cobble something together with this API ...
What I believe you want to do is AD LDS Replication: See the following article: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/9d4b4004-9f26-4545-a1e4-8e527102f0a7
Your options are typically: provide a file-share and mount that on each web server and store your files there. Do not store files on a file-system but use a (highly available) database and store them as BLOB's instead. A very common approach. Often your application already uses a database anyway and this makes application servers almost stateless, solves ...
Something like clusterfs would be the ideal solution to your problem (assuming you run Linux).
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