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Re: [TSVN] Network Drives

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2004-09-22 16:38:39 CEST

If you get a Subversion 1.1 version of Tortoise, just make sure you create
a repository of type "fsfs" and you should be fine. The default "bdb"
repositories should not be accessed via a share, but the new fsfs
repository should be OK.

Mark

"Michael Murray" <mmurray@indigo.ie> wrote on 09/22/2004 09:47:31 AM:

> I plan to use TSVN with my final year student, each student has a
network
> drive that holds all their source code and is available to him/her on
any
> computer in the college. From what I have read TSVN will not work.
>
>
> Do not access a repository via the file:/// URL over a shared network
drive!
> Even if you have the network drive mounted to a drive letter! If you do,
your
> repository can (and most likely will) get corrupted and you could lose
all your data!
>
> Can you suggest any solutions ?

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