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Re: Size of hotbackup.py files versus svnadmin dump files

From: Edmund Lian <elian_at_inbrief.net>
Date: 2003-05-16 19:12:41 CEST

Michael wrote:

> Well, I've been running a modified hot-backup.py script for some time now
> that has some features you might like. It performs a db_checkpoint on the
> repo to make sure you aren't saving a bunch of logs you don't need and
> then tar's and bzip's the directory and only saves those files.
> I only run it nightly from a cron job though as its a little cpu intensive
> for a per-commit run.

Yes could you please send me a copy?

Anyone: what's the advantage in using hotbackup.py versus a straight
svnadmin dump as a cronjob?


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