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How do you sync webserver content from one site to another

Hi I am using f5 in a GTM Config.  How would yu go about syncing web content from nyc web server to NJ webservers.   Please note NJ web server are setup for just fail-over but we want the web pages and content to be in sync.  is there a software the will check for changes and keep the web content in sync.

Please advise
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eemmanuel2750
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rsvpcompCommented:
If you use a normal ftp program like ftple it should copy over the newer info and sync them. can you exapnd more on exactly what you are trying to do. just copy certain things over?
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eemmanuel2750Author Commented:
What i am trying to accomplish is to have the nyc web server content insync with the NJ server.  Keeping in mind that NJ is the Backup site.  in the event the site in NYC went down the content on the nj will be in sync on nj when we fail-over the servers..
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eemmanuel2750Author Commented:
anyone have any ideas in accomplishing this task
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rsvpcompCommented:
how about the link for this company
http://www.qdea.com/ 
any of their synchronize programs?
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http://samba.anu.edu.au/rsync/
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http://sitedesigner.com/instantsync.htm

One of these programs should do the job.
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rsvpcompCommented:
who will get the points?
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