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are all remote copies cheap?

From: marc gonzalez-carnicer <carnicer.lists_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-11 18:35:52 CEST


Some customers of ours created a svn repository
without the recommended directory structure of
trunk, branches and tags. That is, they have all
their folders in /, and that includes versioning
several binary files such as .jar, .exe, not all
of them small. And there are many revisions.

Now they feel they may need to make some
branching. In principle, that is simple, it only
needs creating the trunk, branches and tags
folders, and then perform 3 svn mv of the 3
project main folders.

However, I am hesitant that the mv (or the
intrinsic cp) may not be that "cheap" as
this term is defined in the svn book. Am I
being too paranoid? I would not like their server
to collapse.

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Received on Wed Apr 11 18:36:33 2007

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