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  1. #1
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    Symbolic link over multiple servers in network?

    I have more servers in one network and i want to symbolic link one file from one server to other servers (csf.deny file so i can have autobanned bad ip's on all servers).I have cent os 5 64 bit,what's the best way to do this ?

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    Hi

    CSF have a feature built in, that will distribut the contents of this file accross all your servers.

    LFD clustering. (http://www.configserver.com/cp/csf.html)

    Alternativley, make each server update a file via FTP to a website, then download it periodiclly to each server in your estate from that website.

    Thanks

  3. #3
    As abtme said, CSF's built-in clustering is probably ideal. If you can't use that for some reason, putting /etc/csf/ on an NFS mount is probably the easiest way to set it up.
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    I'd agree with Adam, doing an NFS mount is the simplest method and works well.
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