I'm looking for a synchronization software for my iMac-MacBook configuration. Other systems would be a plus.
I'd like to synchronize everything, which is many Gb, also for a backup purpose.
I know there already are many questions about this, but none of them replies to a real scenario of actually working with two computers.
The ideal solution would be some service like Dropbox with no space limitation and using either a local server or p2p.
I tried rsync-like software (like Unison, Synkron, Chronosync, ViceVersa...), but they all don't recognize user actions like delete or rename, bringing deleted files back.
I tried Dropbox, Wuala and such, but they are too limited in size, and they use the web: I'd like to synchronize all my folders, including music and movies.
I tried git or svn solutions (Sparkleshare and some more), but they use too much disk space. When you delete a huge file it stays in history, and even without that, the repository size almost doubles.
I tried solutions that create some sort of virtual drive, like LiveDrive, but it is unsuitable for many applications when you need your files in their place.
I'm willing to pay for this service, but I couldn't find anything, not even for a business customers. Is everyone living with this or am I missing something?