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Re: SVN MySQL Backend

From: Ruslan Sivak <russ_at_vshift.com>
Date: Wed, 30 Apr 2008 10:33:36 -0400

kmradke_at_rockwellcollins.com wrote:
> Ruslan Sivak <russ_at_vshift.com> wrote on 04/29/2008 11:31:02 PM:
>
>> I would like to have a load balanced SVN solution, but without shared
>> storage. It looks like MySQL can be set up in a cluster and be fault
>> tolerant.
>> Did SVN ever get a MySQL backend? Are there other solutions for
>> load-balanced SVN Server? I would rather not have to switch to SVK, as
>> I'm used to all the SVN tools.
>>
>
> Any reason you think you require load balancing? I/O is usually
> the bottleneck. (We have maxed out our dual gigabit NICs a few
> times, but rarely are we CPU bound.) We use veritas to provide
> hot-standby fail-over support. Data is SAN, so we could have
> 5 9's there if we wanted.
>
> If you aren't adverse to spending some money, WanDisco would
> have some distributed solutions...
>
>
Mostly for High Availability. We are going to have two servers with
what should be nice IO speeds, but no SAN. If one of the servers is
down for any reason, I don't want to lose data, and being able to commit
to either of the servers would just be frosting.

I think the proxy that was mentioned in 1.5 would work for us.

Russ

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