Keeping a filesystem in sync across two or more servers and local machines, Part 1

Posted by Steven_Rosenber on Nov 23, 2013 4:29 AM EDT
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My personal blog is run with the Perl-based Ode system. Ode doesn’t use a database. Instead it stores its entries as text files in “normal” directories on the server. I wanted to have exact copies of everything in my Ode documents directory on my local computer and the server. And I wanted the freedom to add to or modify anything in this directory on either side (server or laptop) and have everything track on both machines.

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