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The easiest way is, as you mentioned, gitfs. As long as you keep the remote up to date, all of your masters will remain in sync.

If you want to do it with the normal file_roots, you should have a minion on each sub-master, connected to the top-level master. You can then use `file.recurse` and similar states to sync all the files from the top master to the sub masters.

Hope that helps! Sorry for the late reply, it's been a busy beginning to the new year!

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On Dec 27, 2014, at 7:57 AM, Oleksandr Yermolenko wrote:

Hello, Colleagues,

multi master environment, 2014.7.0 EPEL everywhere.

master of masters, sub-masters, minions.

As far I understood, "syndic enabled" sub-master needs to have local copy of states. (getting from GitFS or NFS ... or rsync local copy).

Is it correct.?

If yes, may someone share idea according keeping fresh copy of states except GitFS on sub-masters (how to sync states between sub-master and Master of Masters)

Thank a lot for your answer.

Alex


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