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Wed Feb 18 11:09:10 CET 2009

instant mirroring over network

I'd like to solve this problem:

Both system A and B want to download a file, but only A has direct
access to the outside resource, while B gets the file from A.

At this moment, I do things serially and manually. I'd like to do it
automatically.  Basically, I'd like to keep an entire tree up-to date
using A->B notification for fragments.  This looks like a raid-array
with network block devices, but I'd also like the ability to mount the
remote data.

Maybe streaming is the better solution:

/usr/bin/vlc --rc-fake-tty --sout #transcode{vcodec=DIV3,vb=192,scale=1,acodec=mp3,ab=64,channels=2}:std{access=mmsh,mux=asfh,dst=10.64.4.16:8080} <.avi>

vlc sucks ass
isn't it possible to stream over a socket? i.e. let the client
descide?




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