attachment on confluence and NAS



In my team, the specifications are stored on a NAS, but I would like to move them to Confluence. Problem is, the specification team wants to keep a version on the NAS and on Confluence... 

Is there a way to configure Confluence to mirror a NAS directory? Or to publish an file updated on Confluence to the NAS?



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Hi Brice,

I could find this old answer that might help you in this question. However, in terms to duplicate the attachments files, this might require some additional setting in the network.



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Hi Brice, 

Maybe you could create a solution with asynchronous replication. I mean, you have the attachments on Confluence, and then you setup a script to synchronise after the data after any change or after 1 minute. However, it will cost more I/O and network latency. 



Renato Rudnicki

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