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Re: clue for repos corruption?

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2003-11-07 12:59:30 CET

Jan Hendrik wrote:
> result in complete upload every time. Someone suggested rsynch,
> however, I cannot setup an rsynch on the server and as far as I
> understood clients for Windows are more or less experimental.

FWIW, rsync on Win32 works just fine (using Cygwin tools at least). We have a
massive set of files which we use rsync daily to update (and I am talking
thousands of files of various sizes). We aren't using a dialup line, but it is
over a WAN link (fractional T1) and is much faster than using FTP or drive maps.

You would have to install Cygwin and the tools you need to connect to the server
(we use ssh as a service). It's not too hard, but you do have to install and
run the one service.



John Peacock
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