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Hi, I've been trying to read up on the sync protocol, but I've got some questions left: http://www.cvsnt.org/pipermail/cvsnt/2008-May/030642.html describes how to use rsync/unison to perform the synchronization, either using a cronjob or a postcommit hook. I'm wondering what would happen if a client commits something to a slave, which is currently not in sync with the master (with just one server they would have a conflict). The slave would probably happily accept the commit, but the next rsync would fail due to the conflict, I suppose? Does the commercial version contain a more failsafe synchronization option? Also, does it work synchronously or asynchronously on commit, i.e. would a commit have to wait until the synchronization to all slaves is finished? Thanks, Carsten