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Re: Subversion implementation

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-08-10 18:03:45 CEST

On Aug 10, 2006, at 16:49, Dennis.Burke@apcc.com wrote:

> We have been using Subversion 1.1 with Apache 2.0. on W2000 server
> using
> Berkely DB for the repository and have had a great deal of success
> over the
> past several years. Thanks for all of your help and hard work. We have
> benefited a great deal from your efforts.
> We are looking to upgrade our system in the following areas and
> would like
> recommendations from users regarding the potential for continued
> success in
> our plans for expanding our change management system.
> 1. Our new installation will be hosted on Redhat Enterprise Linux
> 4. We
> expect to use Apache 2.2.3 and Berkely DB based on proven reliability.
> What is the latest, stable, recommended Subversion binary currently
> available for this implementation?

David Summers provides binaries of the current version of Subversion,
1.3.2, for RHEL4 but it does not include BerkeleyDB support. Many
people have had problems with BDB and it's just simpler to leave it out.


If you insist on BDB, you can build Subversion 1.3.2 yourself.

> 2. We also have plans to setup multiple servers at several
> locations around
> the world and replicate projects for simultaneous, concurrent
> development
> using the replication tool WANDisco. Does anyone have experience
> with the
> implementation of a replication tool for Subversion? Any
> recommendations?

I have no experience with repository replication. I'm aware of SVK,
which is based on Subversion. I also have heard that Subversion 1.4
(coming soon) includes some kind of synchronization feature. AFAIK,
WANdisco is itself a complete solution for Subversion replication, so
you should consult their documentation.

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