Cyrus 2.3.7 Replication Question
Esh, Thomas D (Tom)
esh at lucent.com
Wed Jul 12 21:05:00 EDT 2006
Thanks. I figured if the single instance, bi-directional
replication didn't work, the two cyrus instances would
be the fallback position. It's good to hear that someone
else has it working.
>From: Robert Mueller [mailto:robm at fastmail.fm]
>Sent: Wednesday, July 12, 2006 5:59 PM
>To: former03 | Baltasar Cevc; Esh, Thomas D (Tom);
>info-cyrus at lists.andrew.cmu.edu
>Subject: Re: Cyrus 2.3.7 Replication Question
>> It won't. Cyrus currently only supports unidirectional replication.
>You can make it work (we do), but you need 2 separate
>instances of cyrus on each machine, which basically means 2
>start/stop scripts, 2 different ports/ips for each service, 2
>imapd.confs, 2 cyrus.confs, and lots of -C command line params
>to everything so it uses the right conf file.
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