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Re: Amount of Virtual Memory for TSVNCache

From: Hugh Gibson <hgibson_at_cix.co.uk>
Date: 2007-11-21 07:46:54 CET

> Having read the above, I'm wondering if you dont trust SVN as the
> means to backup your files.
> It's so much easier to "checkout", "update" or even "export" files
> than it is to regualrly copy them elswhere and be sure you bring
> the right ones back if needed.
> The only circumstance I think might warrant backing up files is if
> you don't want to checkin partially completed changes and don't
> wish to risk data loss betwween checkins.
> When a branch is not warranted for offline changes I create a
> temporary external SVN repository and go with all the ensuing
> benefits.

Oh, I trust SVN. The backup is of my complete D: drive to the C: drive
which includes personal files, pictures, documents etc as well as all my
work files (which just happen to be stored in SVN).

I'm not sure that the folder exclude functionality in the cache setup is
working though, as I'm getting icons in those folders. Do I have to
reboot to get it working? Do I use \ or / ? Do you have a sample of


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