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Re: clue for repos corruption?

From: Jan Hendrik <jan.hendrik_at_bigfoot.com>
Date: 2003-11-09 19:41:05 CET

Concerning Re: clue for repos corruption?
John Peacock wrote on 7 Nov 2003, 6:59, at least in part:

> 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.

thanks once more for the input. At second glance I got some rsync
packages that might not be too difficult to set up. Unfortunately our
hoster does not allow running programs and as far as I have found
out yet they do not offer rsync as a service on their own, but I am
still confirming this with a technician. It is obvious that rsync draws
a good deal of speed from running on both machines. But as it
seems I have to wait and hope that SVN some day updates
checksums if timestamps have changed. And it is good to know
that SVN at least reads my email - for how else it should have
known and started corruption on the other repos just after posting?

Best regards

Jan Hendrik

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