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File synchronization between two Linux servers

We have a two web servers running CentOS. We need to sync images that users uploaded. No servers should be needed to synchronize those, because we need to handle failover. Also, we need to do a ...
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Rsync not working with Box.com

I have a Linux VPS running CentOS 6.5 32 bit, using OpenVZ. My host has enabled FUSE. I have then mounted my box.com using davfs2. Using df -h shows that the folder (box.com) exists. I have then ...
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Moving 2TB (10 mil files + dirs), what's my bottleneck?

Background I ran out of space on /home/data and need to transfer /home/data/repo to /home/data2. /home/data/repo contains 1M dirs, each of which contain 11 dirs and 10 files. It totals 2TB. ...
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Delete duplicate files with rsync

Here is the thing , I have a folder on my server with 50 GB size and its' containing over 60000 file. I used rsync to transfer it to a mirror server and almost half of file has been transferred.Now i ...
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Is rsync overwriting my `./` directory?

I'm new to rsync, but I've noticed that at the top of the "receiving incremental file list" is ./ Is rsync overwriting the destination's ./ directory? The timestamp of ./ in destination matches the ...
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How to synchronize two folders on two remote Linux virtual machines

I have two virtual machines, Host OS is ESXi 3.5 and guest OS is Centos 4.6. There are two ESXi servers remotely located, each containing a Centos 4.6 virtual machine. I wish, whatever change I make ...
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setting up rsync to sync a server

I have a server with 30gb of content on. It runs Centos. anyone got any tips on running rsync to sync it to a hard drive (on my local machine)? Is there any way to use rsync but also have 'version ...
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Rsync sync two folders with a filetype

There is a serverA with a folder folder1, in folder1 there are different files: bar.htm, test.jpg, test2.jpg, foo.txt, folder1/subfolder1/test3.jpg, etc. There is a serverB with an empty folder2 I ...
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Most effective backup software for linux -> linux when dealing with large numbers of files

I have two NASes. I work off of one, and the other is used as a backup. As I have it set up now, it's slow. Running a backup takes a week. Even for 7 TB, with 1,979,407 files, this seems a bit ...