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RE: Repository over Raid?

From: Gal Aviel <gala_at_chipx.co.il>
Date: 2005-04-07 09:29:48 CEST

I use software raid on the server (don't remember if it's called raid 0
or 1, but it's the simple mirroring one ..) just to get some redundancy.
But there's an incremental backup running twice a week, and a full
backup every weekend.
Regarding the bdb/nfs issue, check if your filer has iSCSI, that will
probably work with BDB (it looks like a local disk to the server, but
the storage is on the filer). But I recommend FSFS over BDB (started
with BDB and quickly converted to FSFS after 2 weeks).

From: Eric Brown [mailto:svnhelp@yahoo.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 06, 2005 5:57 PM
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
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?
eric brown


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