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Re: How can I add a number of files scattered over the directory tree?

From: Jim Lynch <jimlynch1_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-27 11:42:15 CEST

On 10/26/06, Thomas Harold <tgh@tgharold.com> wrote:
> I'm assuming that you're trying to version /etc and other hand-edited
> (or user-changed) files. We do it on our servers as well, just not sure
> if our way is the best way.


First, we have a central SVN server that uses SSH for authentication
> with public keys. We create a "sys-machinename" account there, create a
> new repository (/var/svn/sys-machinename), create a group called
> svn-sys-machinename and give it rights to the folder. That's the
> administrative end for us. Having individual repositories for each
> system keeps things easy for us, although there are arguments to be made
> for using a single repository for multiple systems.

 OK I understand, thank.

I was wondering how you got around doing an import of everything, I
uinderstand now.

Received on Fri Oct 27 11:43:01 2006

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