Peersync Standard Server
PeerSync assures faster, more efficient workflow and collaboration - regardless of your organization's size or system scope. PeerSync is implemented indemanding enterprise environments, including Fortune 100 companies and large government agencies.
PeerSync makes remote-to-remote synchronization quick and easy. Hundreds of Fortune 500 companies, federal agencies, mid-sized businesses and individual users use this popular software solution for flexible, "bullet-proof" file synchronization, file replication, and file backup.
PeerSync is an all in one extremely affordable package! Just "set it and forget it," and PeerSync Server unobtrusively manages data on a real-time or scheduled basis.
Peersync Standard Server
Peersync Standard Server Technical Features
More Technical Information about Peersync Standard Server
- Synchronize files in real time
- Byte-Block segment copying
- Instant recovery of lost data
- Save unlimited versions of copies to ensure multi-level file recovery
- Multi-process/threading capability
- Copy Open and Locked Files
- Continuous data availability with minimal resource utilization
- Failed network connection retry and re-direct
- Update changes automatically
- Improved distribution of network traffic
- Distribute files and applications simultaneously system-wide
- Update Web content 24x7
- Save time and overhead by synchronizing only changed oradded files
- Multiple operation modes
PeerSync Capabilities PeerSync Capabilities
- Set the read-write buffer size allowing for better optimization of network bandwidth
- Embedded Open File Manager
- File attribute transfer from source to target during synchronization operations
- Maximizes copy threads: gives or takes away priorities to certain filters
- International date/time format support
- Bandwidth throttling
- Command line operation and multiple configurations
- Bi-directional synchronization with SmartDelete
- Intelligently manage file deletions
- Scheduled archive folder clean-up
- Enhanced real-time file monitoring incorporates event-driven triggering
- File synchronization across different time zones
- Remote PeerSync Observer
- Multiple filter threads and copy threads for parallel processing of filters
- Variable path/folder naming conventions
- FTP site file synchronization
- Link profiles to external data source
- Additional administrative reporting capabilities
- NT file security descriptions (ACLs) are optionally transferred
- Check source and target files for binary match during folder scan/compare cycle and/or after successful file copy operation
- Daily Timer scheduling allows you to schedule specific filters or an entire Profile at selected days of the week
PeerSync Capabilities PeerSync offers varying levels of synchronization features. You can add functionality as your needs change without disruption to your organizationÕs efficiency.
PeerSync is Flexible and Scalable
- Create and maintain multiple source/target filter sets. An extensive number of sets can be saved as Profiles and run manually or with an automatic setup
- Operating modes include Real Time, Scheduled, Triggered, On Demand, Interval and Scripted. In addition, each filter can contain one or more of these operating modes
- Detailed reporting, including email and/or administrative reporting
- Retry failed transfers
- Automatic log file generation
- File or folder compression encourages intelligent use of storage and bandwidth space
- Security enforcement through encryption, restrictions, verifications, and Windows NT-matched security descriptions. Microsoft security model is used for shared devices
- Specify the tasks you want PeerSync to perform
- Centrally administer PeerSync Profiles across your network. Run as a Windows NT/2000 service or application. Control of application priority for foreground or background operation.
- Perform synchronization across operating systems. PeerSync synchronizes Mac and PC files.
- With PeerSync installed on Windows machines, files can be synchronized to, from, and between Novell, Linux, or UNIX servers.
Peersync Standard Server
Peersync Standard Server Many-to-One-Replication
Replicating Multiple Windows Servers to One Server for Central Backup
Byte Level Repliaction Options for PeerSync.
In the event that you have one server that you want to store a copy of data from several other servers, PeerSync is the solution.
PeerSync is a Peer-Level licensed tool. A full license is only required for the machine where the PeerSync application is installed. Remote connection license(s) are required for additional machines added to the synchronization/replication scenario. To our knowledge, Peer Software is the only software company on the market that offers this economical remote connection license model.
All known competitors require a full license on each machine, even if synchronization/replication is unidirectional. There are circumstances where a PeerSync licenses is advantages or required. If you would like real-time updating on all machines in the replication/synchronization scenario, a full license is required for each machine.
PeerSync needs to be installed on the source machine where the real-time changes are taking place in order to detect the changes as they occur
Remote Connection License with ByteReplicator
- A "Remote Connection License with ByteReplicator" allows PeerSync to send byte level changes from the source machine to the target without sending the entire file. The PeerSync application is installed on the source machine A, and a small application, PSListener (Required to support ByteReplicator option), is installed on the target machine (B, C, D, etc). If a file on the source is changed, PeerSync sends just the changed segments of the file.
- PeerSync allows you to adjust the block segment size. Larger segments require fewer CPU calculations with larger segments sent across the network while smaller segments means more CPU calculations with reduced bandwidth requirements.
- A Remote Connection License with ByteReplicator is required for each target machine receiving byte level changes.
- PeerSync ByteReplicator runs on Windows NT/2000/XP/2003.
- ByteReplicator option is not available when using FTP.
- You can mix and match connection licenses. For example, you can have 3 standard " Remote Connection Licenses" and 5 "Remote Connection Licenses with ByteReplicator ".
If using the "Bi-Directional Synchronization" byte level copying is from the source to the target only.
If a file change is detected on the target side, the entire file will be copied back (not the byte change of the file). If you would like byte level copying in both directions, a licensed copy of PeerSync needs to be installed on both machines, and a ByteReplicator installed on both machines.
PeerSync Embedded Open File Manager
Embedded and fully integrated Open File Manager for PeerSync
- Peer Sync copies open/in use files such as MS Word, Excel, drawing files, picture files, etc. The addition of the Embedded Open File Manager (EOFM) option allows PeerSync to copy open and locked source files (i.e. database files, SQL, Exchange, registry files, etc).
- The Embedded Open File Manager (EOFM) - a component of the Enhanced Package - runs on MS Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 Operating Systems.
- EOFM will only work on the source machine where PeerSync is installed. EOFM cannot copy open and locked files from remote machines. If you would like opened and locked files monitored on each machine A, B, C, D, etc. a licensed copy of PeerSync and the Enhanced Package needs to be installed on each machine.
- EOFM is a product of the St. Bernard Corporation.
Many To Many Replication
Branch Office Syncronization with PeerSync
Provide mirroring and synchronization of files and folders between offices for purposes of high availability, collaboration, and backup.
PeerSync Server Setup in many to many Syncronization.
Synchronization of data between offices has become a necessary requirement for teams collaborating and utilizing data with other teams within an organization.
PeerSync has been designed to meet this demand by assuring reliable and fast synchronization. Integrity of file use between different sites can be maintained using PeerLock; ensuring that two users cannot modify the same file at the same time.
The following procedure can be used to set up a Bi-Directional Real Time Synchronization
Real-Time bi-directional synchronization of servers or workstations in which data modified on either machine is replicated in real-time to the other machine.
The PeerSync installation should be installed on both servers involved in the bi-directional synchronization.
The following steps are performed on the first server, and then repeated on the second server.
- Start PeerSync Profiler.
- Click on the Job menu at the top and choose Add then select Job with Defaults.
- Change the drop-down list in the top left from Basic to Advanced.
- In the Folder Selection window, enter the local drive path that needs to be replicated in the Source Folder field. Enter the UNC path or mapped drive letter for the destination of the replicated data in the Target Folder field.
- In the File Options window, check the options Add-synchronize new files and Update-synchronize existing files. If you would like file and folder deletion events to be replicated to the second server, check the option Replicate-Delete unmatched files. If this is enabled, we recommend checking the Move deleted files to an alternate location option then clicking on the Move Options... button and selecting a folder or recycling bin to place the deleted files in, otherwise files will be permanently deleted from the system.
- In the Automation window, check the options Use real-time monitoring. Click on the Real-Time Options ... button and check the option Use enhanced real-time monitoring (File Level Change Detection). This will ensure real-time events are monitored and processed.
- In the File Options window, select Bi-directional (both directions). Choose Ok in the pop-up message box.
- Now click on the Global Settings link next to the Bi-directional (both directions) option and check Always create a super-set during bi-directional synchronization. Alternatively, in the Global Settings window you may click on the Global Bi-directional Options link and check the Always create a super-set during bi-directional synchronization option.
- In the Miscellaneous window, select Use intermediate file during copy.
- (Optional) In the StartUp/Services window, choose the desired startup method. In order to setup PeerSync to run unattended as a service, choose Install as an NT Service.
Note: If running as a service, make sure the service is using a non-local system account, such as domain admin or any other account that has access to the replicated directories.
- Save the profile by going to the File menu and choosing Save or Save As.
- Run PeerSync by going to the Run/View Current Profile.
- Repeat Steps 1-12 on the second machine, but with the source and target paths reversed. You can also copy the .SNC file that was created when the profile was saved to the second machine and make modifications to that file. The .SNC file is stored in the PeerSync directory by default.