On Tue, 2014-07-29 at 14:38 +0005, Khurshid Alam wrote:
> Which one will act as client & which one as server?
> It doesn't matter in this case. Usually it is more efficient to use
> the DB which can be accessed more quickly on the server side.
What I meant was that which one would be "remote" & which one would be
Your choice. It doesn't matter here, because both sides are equally "far
away" (or near).
If one calendar is read-only I may want to perform a one-way
sync(--sync one-way-from-remote). Technically, whichever context is
used with "taget-config", is treated as "remote" in syncevolution.
that same here?
"remote" is just a matter of perspective here. It means "not the side
used for starting the sync" more than it means "expensive to access" or
"on a different machine".
"remote" and "local" have nothing to do with the direction of the
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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