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how to link two repositories

From: Phlip <phlip2005_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-07-28 21:30:31 CEST


Firstly, in the documentation, does "repository" mean one group of projects
on a server? Or does it mean one project, in that group, on the server?

Knowing that helps me know if I should read documents that discuss

Here's the main question.

I have an SVN project on server A, and I just got the keys to another
server, B.

From scratch, how to I create an _intermittent_ (not continuous) mirror on
server B?

I want to practice Continuous Integration to server A, and each time I feel
a version tick coming on, I simultaneously 'svn ci' (or equivalent) to both

This allows users to download from server B, safe from my code twitches,
which constantly appear on server A.

Where to start? svnadmin dump? svnsync?

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