[RDD] Rivendell remote sync

Bruce Lee D. Mones brucelee.mones at gmail.com
Tue Oct 12 21:59:32 EDT 2010


  On 10/12/2010 11:29 PM, Robert Orr wrote:
> Walter Pope has been syncing audio/mysql on 10 stations for about 2 
> years in Northern Alberta and Saskatchewan. Maybe he'll join the 
> conversation.
>
> Robert Orr
>

Is this on the current version of RD?

Would love to hear his story.

Regards!


Bruce Lee D. Mones
Technical
Vanguard Radio Network
Philippines


> On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 1:58 AM, Frederick Henderson 
> <frederickjh at gmail.com <mailto:frederickjh at gmail.com>> wrote:
>
>     On Tue, 12 Oct 2010 08:48:56 +0200, Bruce Lee D. Mones
>     <brucelee.mones at gmail.com <mailto:brucelee.mones at gmail.com>> wrote:
>
>     >   Hello everyone,
>     >
>     > We now have multiple stations with RD and I have some questions
>     I hope
>     > experts here may answer. As a background, we have an RD here in my
>     > office and another identical RDs on 2 remote sites. All 3 RDs have
>     > identical hardware, and audio inventory.
>     >
>     > 1. How can I make them identical and synchronized in terms of
>     audio in
>     > /var/snd and mysql (not back-up)
>
>     Like Stan said take a look at Rivendell 2.0 and when it finally is
>     ready
>     then switch to it. However it does not have a Rivendell to Rivendell
>     replicator included. At least not in the beta.
>
>     > 2. Is it possible to create different playlist for the 2 sites
>     created
>     > from my RD here in my office and "pushed" to the remote site?
>
>     In a word yes, but if you have different events, clocks, and grids in
>     RDLogManager then your systems are not identical. If you have two
>     radio
>     stations called WABC and WXYZ you can create (or possibly rename the
>     current services on your remote machines) two services with those
>     names.
>     The default services is Production. If you have the syncing that your
>     desire in question one then this will take care of the pushing.
>
>     > 3. How long will a regular .wav audio transfer via rsync over
>     DSL? T1?
>
>     This depends on if the file has only changed or if it is new. If
>     it is new
>     it will take the same time as any other file transfer. If it is
>     changed
>     rsync will only send the difference.
>
>     Greetings,
>
>     Frederick
>
>     >
>     > Regards,
>     >
>     >
>     > Bruce L.D. Mones
>     > Technical
>     > Vanguard Radio Network
>     > Philippines
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