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RE: Multiple SVNServes to the same FSFS repository?

From: Michael Magill <Magill.Michael_at_idsi.com>
Date: 2005-05-10 22:36:52 CEST

            I should have clarified that our projects aren't programming
projects, they are web based courseware. As such it is heavy with
graphics, flash, audio clips, sometimes video clips. While I agree that
it is still workable over the WAN, I would like to make use of our WAN
syncing to speed things up if at all possible.

 

            Thanks,
            Michael Magill
 
IT Director
Intelligent Decision Systems, Inc.
5870 Trinity Parkway
Suite 200
Centreville, VA 20120
(703) 766-9631

(703) 766-9638 (fax)
Magill.Michael@idsi.com

________________________________

From: Alexandre Reis [mailto:alexandre.reis@datasul.com.br]
Sent: Tuesday, May 10, 2005 4:16 PM
To: Michael Magill
Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: RE: Multiple SVNServes to the same FSFS repository?

 

Michael,

 

Not exactly answering your question, but pointing towards your concerns
about checkouting and commiting over a WAN.

 

Our company has been using subversion for one year now, and we do most
of our work in an outsourcing fashion. We use the customer's internet
link, which is usually a 256k ADSL link or worse, to do our SVN work
against our SVN apache-based repository, and no one has ever complained
about it being slow.

 

Hope I've helped in some way

 

Alexandre M. Reis
Analista de Sistemas
Datasul Paranaense
(41) 2105-5977
(41) 8801-9154

________________________________

From: Michael Magill [mailto:Magill.Michael@idsi.com]
Sent: Tuesday, May 10, 2005 4:38 PM
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Multiple SVNServes to the same FSFS repository?

 

            I am considering deploying Subversion for some of our
projects. Right now we have multiple offices with real-time WAN file
mirroring. Basically we have a RAID array in each site that is synced
and the users always use a local share. The software we use maintains
file contents, locks, etc. over the WAN in real time. Could I run a
copy of svnserve in each location, pointing at the same FSFS database,
or is that going to cause conflicts? I am trying to avoid WAN checkouts
and commits going over the WAN, then the revision going back over the
WAN again.

 

            Thanks,
            Michael Magill
 
IT Director
Intelligent Decision Systems, Inc.
5870 Trinity Parkway
Suite 200
Centreville, VA 20120
(703) 766-9631

(703) 766-9638 (fax)
Magill.Michael@idsi.com

 
Received on Tue May 10 22:39:15 2005

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