Solaris 10 +BIND +RSYNC

I recently obtained 2 solaris systems to start learning Solaris on.  I have have solaris 10 installed on both of them and want to learn about bind and RSYNC.  In particular I am interested in learning how to used round robin dns via bind to allow a site to be seen from both machines.  I am also trying to setup RSYNC so that I can update one or the other machine and have the updates get carried to all the machines.  I am looking for a tutorial that will help me learn each of these and how they would interact.

thanks in advance
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TintinCommented:
A good place to start with BIND is

http://www.dns.net/dnsrd/docs/

For rsync, the docs and examples on

http://rsync.samba.org/

are pretty good, unless you have some specific questions.

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AKnibbsAuthor Commented:
Sorry it took so long to get back to this.  I was looking for more of a step by step guide of how to do it.  I understand the basics but just need help putting it all together.  I ended up picking up a book called DNS and bind to start out with.
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