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Re: Regarding Subversion on NFS with Berkeley DB repository

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-05-05 03:10:44 CEST

On May 4, 2007, at 08:51, chetanchatwani wrote:

> We are having netapp server(very good file server), whose directory is
> mapped on one Linux
> machine and we want to use Subversion with Berkeley DB repository,
> repository will be mounted on netapp server ? Is that right option
> or we
> should use FSFS system?

A BerkeleyDB repository on an NFS share will blow up in bad ways. An
FSFS repository could work. But there have been some reports on this
mailing list of problems even with FSFS repositories on NFS shares.

> Are there any other type which can be used ?

FSFS and BerkeleyDB are the only two repository backends.

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