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Re: Repository Replication

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2005-01-31 20:43:26 CET

BRM wrote:
> I currently have a local repository that I want to
> replicate to another system on a regular basis. The
> secondary system is being used as a remote backup. Is
> there a configuration option (compile time or
> otherwise) that I could utilize to do a replication
> like any RDBM (MySQL, Oracle, etc.) would do?
> Otherwise, is there an easy way that I could get the
> slave to synch up with the master on a semi-regular
> (hourly, etc) basis?

Hook scripts are wonderful things.

Set up a post-commit script that uses "svnadmin dump" and "svnadmin load" to
push revisions to the slave, and a post-revprop-change that uses "svn
propget" and "svn propset" to push revprop changes.


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Received on Mon Jan 31 20:46:38 2005

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