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Synchronizes data between two systems

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'Livesync' synchronizes data between two systems. If available, it will utilize OS-level filesystem snapshots to ensure data integrity. It can use SSH and Kerberos for security, and has several built-in functions that let it run on all systems in an environment, yet only synchronize data from the master to the slaves. It automatically and reliably determines which system is the master based on the specified configuration criteria.


version 1.5 (stable)
released on 10 March 2005



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Janet Casey

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11 March 2005

Leaders and contributors

Geoff Silver Maintainer

Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
Bug Tracking,Developer,

Software prerequisites

Required to usePerl 5 with Getopt_Long
Required to usePOSIX
Required to useConfig_General
Required to usersync
Required to useSys_Syslog
Required to usePod_Usage
Required to useSys_Hostname
Weak prerequisiteKerberos clients and keytab
Required to useIO_Socket
Weak prerequisiteLinux LVM
Required to useProc_ProcessTable

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 24 August 2018.


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