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I have two Otter servers in different domains. As of right now, they cannot communicate with each other. Can I share a Raft in Otter, or can I make it so they are copies of each other? Looking to avoid copying all of the code manually between each instance. I am using BitBucket Git as code repository for the raft. Thanks!

Product: Otter
Version: 2.1.3

Definitely! This was one of the usecases of rafts :)

Currently, Git repositories are the way to go, but we plan to support Universal-package Based Rafts as well.

So do I set up Otter to the same location as the original raft? Should I have any concerns or gotchas I need to worry about? Thanks!

Basically, you would create a Git-based raft in both instances of Otter, and have them both point to the same Git repository.

The biggest gotcha would be that both instances can potentially update the raft, but as long as you're aware of that it wouldn't be a problem.

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