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Re: Concurrent commits and post-commit hooks

From: Ken Miller <klm_at_shetlandsoftware.com>
Date: 2004-07-13 18:10:48 CEST

Ken Miller wrote:

> I'm in the process of setting up a SVN repository to replace a medium
> sized CVS repository. No major issues yet, and I'm *very* impressed
> with the stability and functionality of Subversion. Kudos to the
> developers for a great tool!
> One of the features I'm trying to exploit is the post-commit hook to
> create incremental backups on the fly. Effectively, something like this:
> svnadmin dump $1 --revision $2 --incremental >> date-stamped-file
> I have a couple of questions:
> 1. Does SVN enforce the running order of post-commit hooks in revision
> number sequence? If two developers commit changes to the repository
> creating revisions 1 and 2 respectively, does SVN *always* run the
> post-commit hook for revision 1, and then for revision 2?

I hate answering my own questions, but I may as well for posterity :-)

The answer to #1 is no, Subversion does not enforce revision number
sequencing of the execution of post-commit hooks.

> 2. When restoring a Subversion repository, does the backup file need
> to be in revision number order? Or, put a different way, does the
> restore process the restore in revision number order or file order?
> If subversion processes the file in revision number order, then #1 is
> not an issue.

I'm still investigating this one...


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