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Re: Master/slave setup

From: Yashpal Nagar <yash_at_linux-delhi.org>
Date: 2005-03-28 18:10:47 CEST

On Thursday 24 Mar 2005 11:18 am, Tom Mornini wrote:
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> Not if you use SVK in a post-commit hook to run sync the
> repositories... :-)
No i guess you can't do much... From svk FAQs-

svk repository as a svn repository and will allow you to browse, checkout,
add, checkin etc. But checking in with such clients bypasses the additional
work that svk checkin would do...
svn programs that only read the repository are working fine; those who
actually write in the repository would bypass svk and make it fail.
Committing anything to mirrored paths with svn will surely lead to breakage;

more at http://svk.elixus.org/?SVKFAQ

I tried sync in post-commit and run into problem like:
no headrev at /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.8.5/SVN/Mirror/Ra.pm line 158.
svk's real advantage is to work with offline repository and that too on
branch. As Bob Proulx said "emphasis on branch" i liked it..:)

So now i believe svk does't meet much my expectations, any other tool
svnreplicate? reading..

Thanks Tom, Bob & Steve.

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