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Re: Synchronization between repository and its mirror

From: Sebastian Schuberth <sschuberth_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-29 12:48:01 CEST

> Can anyone please tell me that the svn mirror is a pull model
> only or is it both push and pull. My problem is that I have an SVN
> repository in US and the development team is in INDIA. So we decided to
> create the SVN mirror in India . Now our task is to update all the changes
> done to the mirror back to the master repository at the end of the day and
> update the mirror repository with all the changes done on the master
> repository. i.e I need a two way synchronization. Please help me out as I am
> not sure that whether this thing is possible or not.

Take a look at the new svnsync tool description that comes with SVN 1.4.
It should answer some of your questions:


"Compatibility note: in order to "push" information into a destination
repository, any version of the server will suffice. The pushing is done
through ordinary network commits. To "pull" history from the source
repository, however, requires a 1.4 (or later) server."

Sebastian Schuberth
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