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Re: Server configuration management with svn question

From: James Coleman <jamesc_at_dspsrv.com>
Date: 2007-07-13 17:56:55 CEST

Jean-Sebastien Pilon wrote:
> Hello,
> I use Subversion for managing my Linux servers configurations. I commit
> the /etc directory of each box on a repository with subfolder for each
> host.

So is your /etc/ dir on each host an actual checkedout working copy?

> I came across a problem when trying to exclude files I do not which to
> monitor/version control.

Could you give more detail on your problem and list out steps you take
when you get the problem?

> How can I add files to an exclude list (even files that are already
> added to the repository) and avoid getting the file deleted off the
> system, in case I need to delete it from the repository to exclude it
> from further commits.

To avoid them getting deleted? During an svn update?

You can add ignores so that the files will not be listed in svn status but
ignored files will be deleted in many situations.


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