Bircher Florian wrote on 2011-08-05 19:36:
Why don't we use the pushed rsync servers?
They get the files already in advance. And the load of pushing them for
the right modification is probably not high.
So these servers have realy mostly like the same content as the master
The server I run, could handle much more load as it has at the moment.
Traffic, CPU and HD load.
that's indeed an option - however, since we need a separate machine
anyways for reducing load, I think of doing that first. But mid-term, a
tiered system is the way to go, I guess.
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