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elegant forking examples

From: Brian Krusic <brian_at_krusic.com>
Date: 2006-06-10 18:35:18 CEST


Does anyone have examples of forking the repositorty so that;

\jobs\foo is in 1 geographically unique location
\jobs\bar is in a another geographically unique location
\jobs\sol is in yet another geographically unique location

This is a sort of manual network load balancing via distrobution across the internet as we have a few international SVN clients needing updates/commits frequently and bandwidth is an issue.

My current setup for this is having svn.site.com, svn2.site.com and svn3.site.com for the locations and having the users go to the appropriate locations when needed.

Or, would it be better to offload the repository to a hosting service where the service level agreement would permit a very fat pipe to the repo server (interms of serveral T1 speeds). Has any one done this?

Received on Sat Jun 10 18:36:34 2006

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