RE: Repository over Raid?
your server can store the files on the SAN, no problem - it's just that
you can't mount the subversion filesystems remotely using things like
samba or nfs - you have to have svnserve or apache serving up subversion.
remote users aren't going to be able to use urls like
file:///path/to/repos unless they are directly on the machine where
subversion is installed. they'll have to use stuff like svn://path or
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, April 06, 2005 10:57 AM
Subject: Repository over Raid?
We're starting up software CM on my project, and are going with
subversion. I've read where it doesn't play nice with an NFS. We're
going to have LOTS of data on here (our baseline is going to be about
30-40Gig). Would like to have some sort of network access to the
repository, and I'd like to backup the repos after every commit. Thinking
of using RAID or a SAN. Is this possible?
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