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[TSVN] Re: Re: Re: How do you backup/restore a local repository

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_blazepoint.co.uk>
Date: 2004-10-21 14:31:37 CEST

"SteveKing" wrote:
> FSFS is less vulnerable to simple copy operations. But honestly: the
> svnadmin hotcopy
> command is so simple to use, why not just use it? I mean by using that
> command for backups you don't have to wonder if it will work and under
> what circumstances it will work, probably work or fail.

Just trying to clarify it before I change the docs.

For my own backups I normally use Nero to burn to CD, and I copy several
folders, including the repo. Normally I have no other app running, so it
works fine. Hotcopy is easy, but of course I have to remember to do it
first, otherwise I am backing up an old copy of the repo.


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