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Re: [SOGo] Status on sogosync


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  • From: Bo Simonsen < >
  • To: users < >
  • Subject: Re: [SOGo] Status on sogosync
  • Date: Wed, 05 Jan 2011 18:02:55 +0100

man, 03 01 2011 kl. 11:17 +0100, skrev Jan-Frode Myklebust:
> On Sun, Jan 02, 2011 at 10:57:18AM +0100, Bo Simonsen wrote:
> >
> > It could be in SOGOsync however, this would require database backend,
> > and administration interface. The great thing about SOGOsync currently
> > is that it doesn't not depend on any configuration which is user
> > specific. Can you propose a more simple solution? That would be
> > appreciated. :)
>
> I agree, SOGOsync running completely on top of WebDAV/IMAP/SMTP is
> great. Makes it very easy to run the SOGOsync service on another (set
> of) server(s), without exposing any database to SOGOsync.
>
> One thing I'm wondering about though.. The SOGo-servers are (AFAIK)
> completely stateless -- it doesn't matter which instance in the server
> farm a client connects to, so we can easily scale out by adding more
> servers. Does that also apply to SOGOsync ? I've noticed there is a
> /state/ directory which I don't quite know what is, and which makes me
> worried maybe SOGOsync will not handle running on more than one server ?
>

Unfortunately ActiveSync is not stateless. The server stores information
about which objects that is already synced. One could use NFS to handle
this, however I would prefer a mysql based solution. I should definitely
implement that..

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Bo Simonsen
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