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faq:systemadmin:standby_server [2007/11/18 00:21]
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faq:systemadmin:standby_server [2007/11/18 06:19] (current)
dothebart put in debian backup locations.
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 The easiest way to have a standby backup Citadel is to build two of them and simply [[http://samba.anu.edu.au/rsync/|rsync]] your data  The easiest way to have a standby backup Citadel is to build two of them and simply [[http://samba.anu.edu.au/rsync/|rsync]] your data 
 directory to the backup server periodically.  If you have an Easy Install system it's /usr/local/citadel; if directory to the backup server periodically.  If you have an Easy Install system it's /usr/local/citadel; if
-you're using the debian packages there are a bunch of different ones to keep in sync.  You don't have to +you're using the debian packages its /var/lib/citadel and /etc/citadel.  You don't have to 
 sync WebCit because it doesn't store any data.  This is an excellent method; the backup system can be  sync WebCit because it doesn't store any data.  This is an excellent method; the backup system can be 
 brought online at a moment's notice, the replication can be performed at any interval you are comfortable  brought online at a moment's notice, the replication can be performed at any interval you are comfortable 
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