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S3 binary less replication

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Hi Team,

I am having couple doubts.

We have 2 AEM author instances one is configured with the S3 for assets and one with the TarMk.

I have a situation like need to share the assets from the 1st instance which is configured with S3 to the 2nd instance which is configured with the TarMk.

Now my doubts are

1. Does it possible push binary less assets from 1st system to 2nd system?

2. If yes, do we need to share the s3 with the 2nd instance as well / what configurations needs to do in the 2nd system?

Thanks In Advance

Uma

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Hi,

binary less replication is only possible if there is a shared datastore. If there is no shared datastore, it will always fall back (automatically) to "standard replication", which means that the binaries are transfered.

But I would not take it for granted, that in your case a shared datastore makes sense. Depends on other factors like the amount of replication you do. Having dedicated datastores for instances which typically have not so much in common can be beneficial from an operational point of view.

Jörg

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Hi,

binary less replication is only possible if there is a shared datastore. If there is no shared datastore, it will always fall back (automatically) to "standard replication", which means that the binaries are transfered.

But I would not take it for granted, that in your case a shared datastore makes sense. Depends on other factors like the amount of replication you do. Having dedicated datastores for instances which typically have not so much in common can be beneficial from an operational point of view.

Jörg