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Re: sync feature in 1.4.4

From: Blair Zajac <blair_at_orcaware.com>
Date: 2007-07-20 02:10:24 CEST

Brian Krusic wrote:
> Hi All,
> I was reading that when syncing repos, that the main repos is
> commit/update but the repo syncing to the main repo (call backup repo)
> is update only.
> Is there a seamless method where a location can update from a the backup
> repo but commit to the main repo w/o having to manually relocate on the
> client side before hand?
> We have a situation where our US office does many commits/updates all
> day but our Euro office commits does less but updates more.
> I would like it if the Euro office had the backup repo for quick updates
> as commits aren't an issue.
> The logic here is that there are much more commits from our US office
> happening than the Euro office however the Euro office has many updates
> to do.
> This is a traffic balancing act of sorts.

There's a product named WANdisco that does multi-master writes to distributed
Subversion repositories, so even if the link to Europe is down, they can still


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