Re: /home replication on laptop
I also faced this issue a few months ago, with no 'smart' solution
involving NFS. However, CODA might do the trick, if you can afford the
quite large disk and cpu requirements it requires on the server. Oh, and
last time I tried I have had a tough time configuring it properly, so you
might want checking the docs *first*.
On Wed, 10 Jan 2001, Joseph Schlecht wrote:
> Hi Everyone!
> I have three PC's and a laptop running debian. They are all networked
> together, one of the PC's is soon to be an NFS/NIS server. I am doing this to
> share /home and other common directories.
> Sharing /home should be no problem for the PC's, however I don't know what I
> am going to do with my laptop. Since I am always roaming other networks, I
> would like to have /home from my network replicated on my laptop and when I
> get to my home network, sync up any changes that are made.
> Can I do this with NFS? I've considered the option of keeping /home on my
> laptop and when I'm on my home network, mount the NFS share on a 'dummy'
> directory and sync the two. However, this seems cumbersome and not very
> elegant. Is there a better solution?
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