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Re: [TSVN] Network Drives

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-09-22 18:12:02 CEST

Michael Murray wrote:
> *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!

As long as only your working copy is on a network share, it will work.
But if you access the repository via file:// over a network share, it
doesn't work.
The only solution for this is to use TSVN1.1.0RC2 and create an FSFS
repository, _not_(!!!) a BDB repository. That will work over network shares.


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