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Re: Best practices: BACKUP?

From: Norbert Unterberg <nunterberg_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-19 14:55:55 CEST

2006/6/9, Mayur Jobanputra (V) <MJobanputra@intrawest.com>:
> Must have: nightly backups of the complete db to a shared folder on the
> network.
> Nice to have: the backups are zipped before they are sent over the network,
> and instructions for disaster recovery situations

Don't forget about the RESTORE problem, as far as I know there is no
documented procedure to restore the user's working copies.

The problem here is when you backup repository revision 100, then
users commit revisions 101 and 102, and then the server crashes. The
backup is at revision 100, the user's working copies believe the
server is at revision 102. How do you sync the user's working copies
without losing there local modifications?

I have no idea.


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