[SAC] Re: Test Drupal Instance / Role of Backup Server

Kanhaiya kale ( कન્હૈযা ਕਾளெ ) kanhaiya.kale at gmail.com
Thu Feb 1 08:05:34 EST 2007

Hi Frank,
I got the problem. yes, we can do automated process for file
Actually "rsync" will take care of file synchronisation of two servers (one
is main server and another is backup/testing server).
But i have to see for mysql database synchronisation. Currently im not aware
of mysql database synchronisation.
I will see and let you know.
If you think that we should proceed for file synchronisation atleast, then
let us know, so that we can start work according to that.

Best Regards,

On 2/1/07, Frank Warmerdam <warmerdam at pobox.com> wrote:
> Shawn, etc,
> Currently OSGeo has two machines hosted at Peer1.  One is the machine
> holding
> the drupal instance, svn, trac, ldap, etc and the other, as I understand
> it,
> is essentially a frequently updated backup of the main machine that could
> be used as a backup.  Is that right?
> My understanding is that some of us have been using this secondary machine
> as a place to test changes to drupal, ldap, etc.  Is this
> appropriate?  Isn't
> there a risk that the backup will be botched when we are actually need it?
> If we shouldn't be using it as a development server, should I look into
> getting
> the dev instance described below updated to match what is on www.osgeo.orgso
> it can be used for testing?
>    http://wiki.osgeo.org/index.php/DevelopmentDrupalInstance
> Kanhaiya - can you comment on what challenges there would be in
> duplicating
> the main server as closely as possible on this dev server?
> Best regards,
> --
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kanhaiya (KK)
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