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Re: HowTo Copy one server commit to another one (without svnsync)

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-09-10 07:41:13 CEST

On Sep 9, 2007, at 22:59, Gustavo A. Dí az wrote:

> This is the first time post something here, wishing I could clear
> some doubts or find some help.
> My problem is this:
> I have one main svn repository, which i use to commits changes, and
> another remote one (provided by tuxfamily.org, which is like
> SourceForge).
> Now I've dumped the main repository and applied to the remote one.
> What i need, is when I commit on the main server, this commit
> should be copied to the remote one. I can't use svnsync since i
> have to modify the post-commit script in the remote, which i have
> no access to do it.
> So, how i could do this from my server? (taking in count that I
> must do commits on my server and not on remote)

Subversion doesn't provide for multiple mirrored read-write
repositories. It provides for one read-write master repo and
optionally n read-only slaves, using svnsync. That's all. You may
want to look into using svk instead of svn.


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