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Summary for full bi-directional DAV-PROXY?

From: Jack Repenning <jrepenning_at_collab.net>
Date: 2007-10-05 02:19:19 CEST

Is there somewhere a single coherent document that summarizes how to
achieve full remote replication, through a combination of the new DAV
write-through proxy and some backflow, say via svysync?

I've seen notes/webdav-proxy, but it ends up recommending dump+scp+ssh
+load, which looks to me like it could create non-identical
repositories under heavy load, very bad very bad, and is pretty light
on error management.

There are several threads (and some reported successes) in this list
about using svnsync, for example

   (or http://tinyurl.com/yr4khs)

But they're very anecdotal (written from the front lines in the war
zone); I'm having some trouble pulling them all together.

Jack Repenning
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