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Re: 2 teams 1 server

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2004-04-07 17:10:34 CEST

Euan Guttridge wrote:

> Does SVN support replication of any sort? Objective is to find an SCM that
> will syncronize two or more remote servers at regular intervals. Problem
> being if 70 devs are on each remote site, it would be too expensive for all
> devs to syncronize 100MB code base.
> I searched archives, no joy.

You should see if SVN::Mirror will do what you want; this allows you to mirror
the repositories, without the overhead of svk. There was also a SVN::Push, I
believe, which did something similar. It really depends on how closely the two
sites are intertwined in their development (i.e. are changes required to be
propagate to both systems immediately, or would nightly syncs be sufficient).


John Peacock
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