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For data sync only, one possibility is to use FreeFileSync to keep the Windows machines synchronized: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FreeFileSync However, the real solutions is probably to use some kind of shared storage (eg: via SMB/CIFS) and deploy application using its sharing capabilities. For sharing configuration, I think the best option is to ...


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If you only want to replicate the content from wp-uploads, you could explore the following approaches: Using a distributed filesystem like nfs, glusterfs, ceph, etc Using scheduled tasks (with rsync or zsync) to replicate the content between backends. Nginx has a proxy_store directive which allows to mirror files from remote destinations. Use a remote ...


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If the files are stored in the OneDrive for Business portion of Office 365, the files are stored locally (under C:\Users\username\OneDrive for Business) and synced to the cloud. So, there is some penalty after the initial sign-in as files are first synced to the computer (for 1TB it will take a while), but from then on it is just like accessing a local ...


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While the first answer suggesting a blind timeout will likely work, might I suggest looking into S3 notification events. If you plan to scale out to more than two servers, using something like SNS or SQS to manage what happen once an object has been successfully written, for example, is going to make things much easier than relying on blanket timeouts. ...



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