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Two Way Replication

From: <rrodriguez_at_fxdd.com>
Date: 2007-05-07 23:52:07 CEST

What tools are available for subversion which support 2 way replication
not just one way replication like svnsync?





From: Erik Hemdal [mailto:erik@comprehensivepower.com]
Sent: Monday, May 07, 2007 3:54 PM
To: 'Steelman, Brian'; users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: RE: Upgrade Linux from RHEL 3 to RHEL 4



        -----Original Message-----
        From: Steelman, Brian [mailto:steelmanb@chartersteel.com]
        Sent: Monday, May 07, 2007 2:43 PM
        To: users@subversion.tigris.org
        Subject: Upgrade Linux from RHEL 3 to RHEL 4

        Hi, I am a subversion and Linux newbie. I apologize if this
question is too simplistic, or if the answer is more complicated than I
think it is. I am running subversion 1.40 on Red Hat EL 3 Update 8. I
want to upgrade this server to RHEL 4 Update 5. Would I need to make
any Subversion configuration changes after performing the upgrade, or
should everything continue to work as before? I will of course have
full backups of the system before upgrading it.


        Are you running Subversion from an RPM package or


        $ rpm -qa | grep subversion

        A result like the above for this RPM command will show you if
there's an RPM package on your system.


        Are you using an FSFS or BDB backend? I don't use BDB, so I
don't know if there are any compatibility issues.


        What version of Subversion is provided in RHEL 4, that you are
preparing to update to? On my Fedora Core system, when a new subversion
package came out, simply applying the update worked perfectly smoothly
and I didn't have to do anything (to upgrade from v1.4.0 to v1.4.3).
But I wasn't trying to do an OS upgrade when I did that.


        If you have Red Hat support for the system, you might be able to
get useful information from them, such as which version of SVN is
currently supported.


        I prefer to use the RPM package from my distribution if it's
available, rather than building from source, althoughI've done both


        Finally, as well as having full system backups, I would make
sure that I have a goodrepository dump so that I can re-load the
repository if need be.

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