louisvantonder Posted February 8, 2012 Report Share Posted February 8, 2012 Hi guys. I am trying to figure out if I can do a basi always on replication between two servers. Short and sweet, I want to achieve the following: Site A <--> Site B (Automatic, allways on) User X --> Makes changes to repoXYZ --->check into Site A Server --> auto replicate to Site B Server ---->user Y checks out repoXYZ from local server (site b ) --> gets changes And offcourse, vice versa, from Site b, changes replicated to Site A server I have played witha sync view, but my concerns are the following: I have to set it up per repo I have to manually sync it I know I can set up triggers, but I don;t want triggers, I want an allways on sync? The reason for this insanity :-), is that I am planning on controlling some large files (graphical work). I will be using two remote locations, Site A and Site B, conencted via DSL. So when getting a new version of a large 40mb file that user X as site A ghanged, at site B, I want to get that file from the local site b server. I am attempting to not bogg up my connection with on demand pullling of a 40mb file. I essentially want the two servers to silently replicate to each other, and the local users to not woryr about manually starting a replication sync. The local users must have normal check in check out, update opreations. The replication, must in all relative meaning, be invisible and silent. Can this be achieved? On my last note, what a kick as piece of Source Control software. Simply awesome thus far. P.S. This topic sprouted from my initial conversation with cidico, here: http://www.plasticsc...page__pid__4141 Cheers Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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