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icon5.gif   Real-time mirroring?, posted by Frank Baptista on Mon Apr 26 15:40:36 2021 
    icon2.gif   Re: Real-time mirroring?, posted by Sebastian Schenk on Mon Apr 26 16:41:50 2021 
       icon2.gif   Re: Real-time mirroring?, posted by Frank Baptista on Fri Apr 30 20:29:45 2021 
          icon2.gif   Re: Real-time mirroring?, posted by Sebastian Schenk on Fri Apr 30 21:13:39 2021 
             icon2.gif   Re: Real-time mirroring?, posted by Frank Baptista on Fri Apr 30 21:55:23 2021 
Message ID: 69355     Entry time: Mon Apr 26 15:40:36 2021     Reply to this: 69357
Icon: Question  Author: Frank Baptista  Author Email: caffeinejazz@gmail.com 
Category: Question  OS: Windows  ELOG Version: V3.1.3-fd7f1e2 
Subject: Real-time mirroring? 

Hello!

We have a number of local ELOG servers, all mirrored to a single "remote" ELOG server.  We have users that create updates at the local server, and some at the remote server, which can run the risk of record conflicts.  Right now, the local servers perform a "Mirror cron" every 5 minutes, but even that leaves the door open to potential conflicts.

I found an open-source JAVA-based app called DirSync Pro (https://www.dirsyncpro.org/) which is capable of performing real-time mirroring, and has conflict handling.  I "took it for a spin", and it does do what it claims.  However, because each ELOG server performs record "indexing", it doesn't recognize records that aren't part of the current list of records. Restarting the ELOG server obviously corrects that, but I was wondering if there is another way to get the server to recognize newer "remotely-generated" records without restarting the server.

As always, I'm appreciative for the outstanding working that has been done to make ELOG the great application that it is!

 

 

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