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Re: production ready?

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-04-21 22:19:10 CEST

Tom Lord <lord@emf.net> writes:

> cmpilato:
> > If it's any comfort, Subversion has been self-hosting (that
> > is, the code to Subversion has been stored in Subversion
> > itself) for well over a year now, and to date we've never
> > suffered any lossage.
> Um, no offense, but yes you have.

Allow me to rephrase.

   Subversion has been self-hosting for well over a year now, and
   while there *has* been some downtime caused by the administrators
   screwing up the binary linkage during an upgrade cycle, and while
   there *are* some bits of non-versioned meta-information that we
   don't currently store (but which are important for Tom Lord's
   personal--and IMO, suspect--agenda for Subversion), our repository
   has never suffered a scenario whereby someone committed changes to
   versioned resources in the repository which were lost.

'Zat make you feel all warm and squooshy inside, Tom? Hey, I know,
why don't you take this opportunity to push Arch on the guy using the
Subversion development list? It's never stopped you before.

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Received on Mon Apr 21 22:22:36 2003

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