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Re: Client PC time

From: Marc Haisenko <haisenko_at_comdasys.com>
Date: 2005-12-16 16:17:26 CET

On Friday 16 December 2005 15:49, Chak wrote:
> Suppose a SVN client's PC has the time set to 17:34, and the time on the
> SVN server PC is 17:29 , when the client commits a file to the server.
> Another client whose time is in synch with the server (17:29) tries to
> soon update his WC - will he miss the file checked in by the first client,
> since the first user's timestamp is out of sync ?

Actually I've heard several times that Visual SourceSafe suffers from exactly
this problem.

> I had a case where a file committed by client 1 (PC time - 17:34) was
> not getting updated to client 2 (PC time - 17:29). I am just guessing this
> time difference to be the problem. Is it so ?

No, SubVersion does not know about times, only revision numbers. The problem
must have been somewhere else.

> Regards,
>
> Chakravarthy.

C'ya,
        Marc

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