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 Asynchronous Replication With Pratima

Linux Journal takes a look at Asynchronous Replication with Pratima.

"Pratima (meaning reflection or image in Sanskrit) provides block-level, real-time replication of one or more block devices on a client computer. The devices are replicated to a server computer. A local device (say /dev/sda4) is placed under control of Pratima, which then offers access through its own block device (say /dev/srr0)."

 (Submitted by Noel Sun Feb 8, 2004 )

  


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