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Limits on use of the file scheme

From: Simon Timms <subversion.users_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-08-04 04:49:07 CEST

I have finally convinced my work to try a move from visual source safe
to subversion. At the moment we are simply accessing the subversion
repository using the file scheme and a shared drive (all windows
2000). It seems that it would be better for us to run a svnserve
process, however the system admins are somewhat worried about running
servers. Our development team is at most 4 users so i was wondering
what risks we are running by not using svnserve or the apache module.
My main concern is that we will encounter file locking problems which
will end up corrupting the database.

Are my concerns well founded?

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