Inter-Server Synchronization

If you have more than one SUSE Manager installation, you will need to copy contents between servers. Inter-Server Synchronization (ISS) allows you to export data from one server (source) and import it on another (target) server. This is useful for hub deployment scenarios or disconnected setups.

With the version 2 ISS implementation SUSE removed the master/slave notion. Contents can be exported and imported in any direction between any SUSE Manager server.

Starting with SUSE Manager 5.0, the Inter-Server Synchronization (Version 1) feature will be deprecated and subsequently removed in future versions.