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Re: DFS alternative for linux

From: Thomas Harold <tgh_at_tgharold.com>
Date: 2006-10-16 07:50:59 CEST

Ruslan Sivak wrote:
> svn update won't work for things like people updating images to the
> webserver. The images get uploaded into the working copy, and
> eventually i go through and check them into the repo. So the only thing
> that might work here would be rsync, but like I mentioned before, that
> would be pretty slow.

Why are you the bottleneck in getting things into the repository? (That
sounds harsh, but I suspect that your workflow might be better if it was
changed slightly?)

Why not let each user add things directly to the repository in a testing
branch and then merge their new images across to the mainline trunk that
holds the production version of the web server?

I haven't tried WebDAV yet (so I can't speak for speed). We went with
PuTTY+TortoiseSVN over SSH+SVN for our repository. Users have local
working copies and push their changes to the central repository server.

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