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Re: Berkeley is good stuff!

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-07-02 01:56:06 CEST

On 02.07.2005, at 01:17, Soren 'Frank' Munch wrote:

> On Saturday 02 July 2005 04:42, Christopher Kreager wrote:
>> We chose the Berkeley path with the intention to use the
>> hotbackup, which
>> helps for running two db back to back for recovery with less down
>> time. At
>> the moment SVNADMIN can not seem to handle loading the dump file
>> of this
>> size when restoring to BDB, but works just fine going to FSFS.
> FreeBSD 5.x/6.x has a filesystem snapshot-option. It can most
> probably be
> used to get "hotbackups" with fsfs. I don't know if Linux/OS X has
> something
> similar.

I was under the impression that a hot-backup is only necessary for
BDB repositories -- that FSFS repositories can simply be copied using
a normal operating system copy. In other words, the existence of hot-
copy for BDB is not a benefit of BDB; the necessity of using hot-copy
for BDB is a drawback of BDB. At least that's what the list has led
me to believe.

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