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Subversion and lots of binaries..

From: Jonathan Soong <jon.soong_at_imvs.sa.gov.au>
Date: 2004-02-26 03:22:11 CET

Currently my housemate and I are trying to organise our MP3's

We have SVN on a Server and on the same server we have a Samba share
which we BOTH use as a working copy (this means that on the same Linux
server we have both the repository and a working copy).

I was wondering.. in light of the above statement from Stefan:
1. is it bad to have the working copy on a shared drive? (or is this
relevant only to the TSVN install?)
2. what are the repecussions of us sharing the same working copy?
3. has anyone tried storing 50+gig of binary data (mainly 3-6 meg files)
in an SVN repository? - i was noticing that uploading 3-4meg files
through TSVN over a slow link (128Kbps) was giving errors - i wasn't
sure if this was a general SVN problem or specific to TSVN (i didn't try
from the command line)...
4. is there anyway to turn OFF atomic commits! - i know this is a
feature, but if you upload 30 mp3's and 28 of them get through and two
don't, you'd like the 28 to commit anyway



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