[RULE] Preparing RULE for FC2

Martin Stricker shugal at gmx.de
Fri May 14 00:50:28 EEST 2004

"Rodolfo J. Paiz" wrote:

> the main site (say, one 10-second rsync transaction every 6 hours) is
> really no more work than doing it all once a day, but two good things
> happen:
>          a) The odd connectivity problem which prevents one sync job
> from completing leaves you with a shorter "outdated" interval.
>          b) Even small changes propagate more quickly.
> The cost (human, computational, and transport) of doing rsync every 6
> hours instead of every 24 is exceedingly small, I think. Especially
> with the low volume of changes, as you noted.

My concern is more the server load on the master server - rsync can
become quite CPU hungry with many connections. I'd suggest to try your
way, but keep an eye on performance.

Best regards,
Martin Stricker
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