Non-Networked File System 2.1.9

Non-Networked File System is a symmetric synchronisation of filesystems on non-networked hosts.
Non-Networked File System provides a consistent file system over several non networked UNIX computers (or slow networked). For example on your computer at home and at work using only a floppy disk for the synchronisation.

Here are some key features of "Non Networked File System":

You are sure to work on the latest version of files.
You don't need to remember which files are modified on an host and must be transfered on others.
You don't need to made backup, because if a computer crash the file system is still on the other computers working with NNFS.
The NNFS medium is choosen by a user shell script, it could be: floppy disk, usb key, serial connection, ...
Minimal NNFS medium bandwidth to make the updates.
EASY TO USE: Running ``nnfs'' command before and after your work.
Numbered backup of files modified/deleted on NNFS.
If you modify the same file on several hosts NNFS solves the update conflict.
The program has been hugely tested.

What's New in This Release:

This release fixes the case where the user modifies a file mode while NNFS is running and NNFS is configured in order that a file mode change does not imply file synchronization.

last updated on:
February 3rd, 2006, 5:05 GMT
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developed by:
Thierry Excoffier
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ System \ Filesystems

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