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Re: subversion... berkeley db...

From: Waldemar Augustyn <waldemar_at_nxp.com>
Date: 2004-09-07 23:16:37 CEST

Yes, this is a new feature in 1.1.0:

    svnadmin create --fs-type fsfs /path/to/repository

Uses local file system for repository as opposed to a DB. To be honest,
I decided to abandon CVS only after subversion made it possible. I
did not want to deal with DB maintenance issues. But it's a brand new
feature. So, pick your risk.

Lee Merrill wrote:

> Hi Waldemar,
> I hadn't seen that feature, it does sound interesting, what with the
> recent posts about stuck databases. I'm not sure I want to be one of
> the first ones off the diving board, though. But isn't there a
> --pacify-boss option in svnadmin recover?
> Lee
>> ...or you can try subversion 1.1.0 RC2 and select -fsfs thus taking
>> DB out of the picture ...

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