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Re: Windows remote clients

From: Simon Gamble <simon_at_dunkers.co.uk>
Date: 2005-10-13 17:23:16 CEST

Warren Young <warren <at> etr-usa.com> writes:

> The main trick, I suspect, is file locking.

Yes, I think that's what it boils down to. Since no-one seems to know one way or
the other it's probably best to assume it wouldn't work even if it might, if you
see what I mean. And, realistically, the remote guy is going to have to go via
svnserve anyway so we might as well all use it. Hmmm. Bit of a non-question
then, I guess :)

> Perhaps a better solution would be to host the repository on a separate
> machine, and only store periodic repository dumps on the NAS box.

That bears some thought, but it's getting that other machine available. It's not
so much being able to get a machine per se but having one simply for this -
those sort of things tend to slip under the radar of maintenance and backups and

Thanks for the ideas :)

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