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Re: Replication and Synchronization of Repositories

From: Ulrich Eckhardt <eckhardt_at_satorlaser.com>
Date: 2005-06-10 15:19:30 CEST

Rahul Jain wrote:
> We are using subversion as the source code control
> tool. Now we are expanding our operations and are
> opening a new office in another city and will have a
> new subversion server there. We want to replicate all
> the repositories from the main office to the new
> office and set it up in such a way that people can
> work simultaneously in both the locations. So, if one
> user commits a change in the main office it should be
> replicated to the new office repository server and
> vice-versa.
> How can I enable this in subversion?

You can't, Subversion doesn't offer this feature. Apart from that, there is a
project called SVK which is built on top of subversion which gives you
exactly this feature, it might be worth having a look at.

Other than that, Subversion was designed to be bandwidth-conservative, so it
really works across a high-latency, low bandwidth VPN. I have no idea what
your exact requirements are, but I wanted to mention this aspect.


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