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Re: sync remote subversion sites

From: Mircea Hutanu <voodookid_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-23 12:29:13 CEST

On 5/22/06, Nick Thompson <nickthompson@agere.com> wrote:

> Assuming B is read only, a tool like rsync should be able to push the
> changes to the repository from A to B from a post-commit hook script.
> Also, you can try to be clever, and dump the new revision on A,
> transfer the dump to B and load it on B.
> rsync is likely to be easier and even continue to work if you reload
> repos on A when the revision numbers might change.
> Bi-directional syncs would also be possible, but much harder to figure
> out the issues (mastership transfer for one). SVK might then be a
> better bet.
> --
> > Nick Thompson

Thank you for your quick answer. The two svn's are remote. For the A
svn I have ssh access to the system, but for the B svn I have only svn
access. The problem I have to solve is to mirror A svn to B svn,
without damaging anything (commits and other stuff related).
I'm digging into svk, but I'm not sure I get the whole ideea with
mirroring. Any succes story related to remote mirroring with svk ?

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