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Re: Mirroring a Subversion Server

From: Denis Golubev <golden1981_at_ukr.net>
Date: 2005-09-12 09:05:21 CEST

Hi, Jon.

> Den 9. sep 2005 kl. 8:31 skrev Igor Zevaka:
>> Hi,
>> Our company is changing from SourceSafe to SubVersion. The problem
>> is the subversion server is located somewhere else and we need to
>> access it using a slow Internet link. Is it possible to set up a
>> caching SubVersion server that we can work with locally and get it
>> to update the slow server only if a change has been made.
>> Alternatively we need a mechanism that will write out the new files
>> with history periodically.
> I have not done any replication or speed up myself, but i have heard
> about the SVK project.
> Besides that if you checkout through http, you might just possibly be
> able to proxy/cache those requests.

Have anybody tried SVN:Mirror (svm) or svn-hook tools?

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