Ian M. wrote:
> Just realized, nightly backups of the repositories are probably a bad
> idea because of the whole inconsistent state thing.
> I'm guessing what I *should* be doing here is keeping the repositories
> local and building a script to hotcopy each repository to the NAS on a
> routine basis, and then having the NAS back *that* up to an external
> Am I on the right track here? Perhaps you guys could share some of
> your ideas for backups and svn?
Yes, using the hotcopy script is the best solution. There's a whole
chapter in the svn book dealing with how to backup the repository:
With svn 1.5 on the server, you could also use a write-through proxy:
that way, you will have a live backup on a second server.
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Received on 2008-10-10 22:56:25 CEST