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some requests/questions .

From: Féliciano Matias <feliciano.matias_at_free.fr>
Date: 2002-07-12 07:41:31 CEST

First, excuse my poor english.

** Can i do a hot dump (with svnadmin dump).

** Is there any problems using a repository with http://... for remote
users and the same repository with file://... for local users (not very
useful ...).

** I think it will be good to have mod_dav_svn in gci mode (I don't know
anything about mod_dav !). This will be great with suexec of apache. So
the user can be less dependent of the system administrator.

** Are there any plan to use a classique db (for exemple postgresql
which is a full-feature db, transation, versionning, hot backup, ...).
this should give the possibility do to something like this in httpd.conf
and perhaps in .htaccess. :

<Location /svn/repos/subversion>
   DAV svn
   SVNPath postgresql://user:password_at_intranet/db_name
# or with a subversion server :o)
   SVNPath svn://...

This feature make the cgi version of mod_dav_svn useless and permit the
use of svnadmin on a remote repository.

howerer, it's good to keep an embedded db version of subversion that
don't require a db administrator.

** For backup, i would like something like this :
$ svnadmin dump repos 0 youngest_version > full_backup
$ svnadmin dumpdiff repos youngest_version new_youngest_version >

This can also help to keeping read-only mirrors of a repository.

Some ideas, some dreams...

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Received on Fri Jul 12 07:43:30 2002

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