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Re: synchronize two subversion repositories

From: Henk <henk.schets_at_kmi-irm.be>
Date: 2005-03-18 11:38:53 CET

Thanks for the info. I spent hours to compile subversion on our suse
9.1 system because I was thinking I really needed berkeley db (if you
do a configure of Subversion it still suggests it is a better solution).
  So now It seems FSFS is not only stable, but also better for our needs.

I just tried the hotcopy, but it does not seem to work properly :
errcode="160029"
Berkeley DB error while checkpointing after Berkeley DB transaction for
filesystem /usr/local/subversion/repository/db:
DB_NOTFOUND: No matching key/data pair found

I'll think I'll try the FSFS.

Thanks a lot !

Henk

Daniel Patterson wrote:
> Henk wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> we have two identical servers in failover. We would like to use
>> subversion on them. One server is the master server which we will use
>> most of the time. When the master fails, the slave will take over.
>> What do you think is the best way to keep the two repositories on
>> these two machines synchronized ? Can I just make a backup on the
>> other machine every x minutes ? Can I use rsync ? Is there some
>> easier way ?
>
>
> If you're using the FSFS backend, then rsync will probably do nicely.
>
> I've also had "svnadmin dump -r N --incremental" running as a
> post-commit hook, which copied the dump over to the other server
> and did an "svnadmin load". Seemed to work well enough. You need
> another hook to handle revprop changes too. Rsync is a lot easier,
> but it gets progressively slower as the size of the repository
> grows.
>
> We have a similar setup, however, the volume where the FSFS filesystem
> is located is on an EMC SAN of some sort, and it just magically
> "appears" on the failover server if the main server goes down
> (we have an entire department responsible for "storage").
> We just leave Apache running on both servers, and when a "failover"
> event occurs, the SAN moves to the failover host, and the DNS
> entry for the svn host is changed.
>
> daniel
>
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