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Re: BackUp of the repository

From: David Hogue <davehogue_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-27 00:30:04 CEST

Fabio wrote:
> Kevin Greiner <greinerk@...> writes:
>> It sounds like you're using a local repository? If so, yes, just burn a copy
> to a CD.If your repository is network-accessible, then you should
> use "svnadmin hotcopy" to make a good copy regardless of concurrent accesses.
> Thank you, I'm using local repository. I need just xcopy the repository folder
> or I need xcopy the working directory (where I'm working with Visual Studio?)

You'll probably want the repository folder. It contains all the files
you have committed along with previous versions. When you restore the
backup you can checkout a new working directory from the repository.

If you have any files in your working directory that aren't in
Subversion and you want to back them up you should either add the files
to the repository or back them up separately.

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