Thanks alot for you reply.
i did not mean one time replication, but continous replication between the two or more site servers.
there's two topoligies in mind:
1. Master/Slave servers where the slave server is a read only mirror of the master one.
2. One server show, where users access the main server but when they chose a power point, flash movie, etc,,, its opened from a local repository on this site.
Please if you can assist me in any of them, i'd be grateful.
thanks alot for the search link, but i've done it before and i couldn't find anyone doing it completely or successfully.
is there a dependent way to do this mirroring between multiple Moodle sites, either Master/Slave or Master/Master (Peer to Peer)
As I said here, I don't think that this is possible consistently, without major modifications in Moodle. In short:
In a Master/Slave scenario, the slave side would need to be read-only. However, there's no such thing as a read-only mode of Moodle.
In a Master/Master scenario, you need to be prepared to handle replication conflicts. Again, Moodle is not prepared for that. (Neither are virtually all other RDBMS-based applications.)
You mention a scenario where users work on the master server, and only the static files are read from a mirror site. This might be possible with moderate changes to the code, still it's not possible in Moodle as-is.