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Re: Using subversion on a LAN

From: mark benedetto king <mbk_at_lowlatency.com>
Date: 2003-11-04 22:17:50 CET

On Thu, Oct 30, 2003 at 12:42:12PM -0800, Greg Stein wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 24, 2003 at 08:15:51AM -0500, Kopp David K wrote:
> >...
> > 2) svn notices that the URL protocol is lan, (or nfs or whatever
> > bogus protocol you like). It determines that K:\logpars\subversion\powerLOGJ
> > is the directory holding the Subversion repository, so it checks to see if a
> > file (let's call it lan.lock) exists in that directory. If it does, it
> David,
> I just realized something, which hasn't been noted before. Subversion
> *already* has a lock around the access to the repository. Nominally, we
> use it to lock out users while a recovery is being performed (altho that
> isn't working as designed right now). But you should be able to leverage
> that lock for your own needs.
> Look in libsvn_repos/repos.c::get_repos() and how it interacts with the
> lockfile.

Isn't this somewhat circular? We don't trust BDB over SMB because we
don't trust LockFile(), right?


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