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monitoring unix (linux) config files by scripts in svn repository?

From: Urs Rau <urs.rau_at_uk.om.org>
Date: 2006-01-17 15:13:52 CET

dear svn community

I am confident this has been done in the past by at least one other person?

I would like to add another chore to the svn tools and that task would be to
regularly 'take snapshots' of the config files on my centos3 (rhel3 clone
and soon centos4) servers.

I know I can go and write those scripts myself, but then why should I
re-invent the wheel. Has anybody done this sort of thing in the past?

I imagine one of the 'difficulties' would be to set svn so as not to
interfere with files permissions? Are there other not so obvious pit-falls
that others have fallen into in the past?

Thanks for any pointers, or shared experiences or just other viewpoints on
this issue.


Urs Rau						
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