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Re: svn log busted; how do I troubleshoot?

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2003-11-20 15:58:18 CET

Wadsworth, Eric (Contractor) wrote:

> But in my case, we haven't been able to penetrate the forest of red
> tape required to connect our network of development boxen to the world. You
> have *no* idea how much of a royal pain this is.

If you can connect one box to the world (even through dial up) on a temporary
basis, you can use Dan Bernstein's clockspeed:


which will, with only intermittent connectivity to a timesource, keep a machine
in sync. Once you have a single reference source, if you are using exclusively
*nix boxen, you can use taiclockd as a master clock for all systems. If you
have a mixed environment, you can run ntpd on the master (and all of the clients
will be off by 22 seconds unless you play games with the timezone files).



John Peacock
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