It’s very easy to use MFS for file replication. Jut one simple mount command is all
After mounting the directory exported by the remote system on a directory on the
local system, any files or directories created or written under the mounted directory,
will be twined to the remote system in real time.
It’s also very easy to verify if the updates really happened on the remote system.
Just look at the file or directory on the remote system to see the updates. The conventional
block level replication scheme cannot do this.
To stop the replication, simply umount the directory.
Any user can easily install and set up the file replication between two systems in
less than 60 seconds.