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Re: Recommendation for Solaris 10 verses Linux & RAID for Subversion Server?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-03-20 18:35:45 CET

On Mar 20, 2006, at 16:27, Ralph Navarro wrote:

>> The far likelier cause of file loss is operator error, not disk
>> failure in my experience, and it's a lot easier to recover the files
>> from a read-only repository.
> Interesting. Are you saying it is possible for an operator to
> corrupt a
> checked in version such that you can't use the main repository to get
> the file? If so, is it more likely to happen with bdb or FSFS?

All you need is one careless "rm -rf" by an administrator and it
doesn't matter what kind of data you're talking about, it's gone, and
your RAID won't help you there.

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Received on Mon Mar 20 18:38:57 2006

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