Coda File System

Re: Coda Progress

From: <thoth_at_purplefrog.com>
Date: Thu, 04 Dec 1997 10:54:17 -0500
"Peter J. Braam" <braam_at_cs.cmu.edu> ,in message <Pine.LNX.3.95.971203193013.303
	44N-100000_at_carissimi.coda.cs.cmu.edu>, wrote: 

> If I read your message correctly "co-located" means a replicated server.

 co-located means that rather than the machine being on the customer side of a
modem/whatever line to an ISP, it is in the ISP's machine room, probably 10bT
connected.

  There are 4 machines at my house behind an ISDN line, but my company's web
server would rather have the ISP's higher bandwidth, so it's sitting in their
machine room and isn't limited by my ISDN line.

  The application *I* want is for an MH folder set.  I want to put it on a coda
filesystem that is replicated between work and home (19 hops and 170ms away). 
That way I can inc on one machine, and use XMH to read it in either place.  Of
course, for this application, I want strong encryption, thus my earlier message.

-- 
Bob Forsman                                   thoth_at_gainesville.fl.us
           http://www.gainesville.fl.us/~thoth/
Received on 1997-12-04 11:19:44