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Re: version 1.1 vs 1.3

From: Kevin Greiner <greinerk_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-18 03:42:43 CEST

On 8/17/06, Stephen Adler <adler@stephenadler.com> wrote:
> I'm starting a project and I want to manage it with subversion. I have a
> stock Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 system, which has subversion 1.1
> installed. If I setup a repository using the fsfs file system, will I
> have to worry about upgrading to subversion 1.3 at a later time?

Why wouldn't you upgrade to the latest stable version before starting? If
you encounter bugs or problems, the first advice you'll likely get is
"upgrade." And definitely use fsfs.

Also, to backup the repository, can I just rsync the repository area?

No because if your repo gets a commit in the middle of your rsync you'll
have an inconsistent state. Search the mailing list archive for "svnadmin
Received on Fri Aug 18 03:44:13 2006

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