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Re: Used hotcopy for Windows to Linux migration, any problems?

From: Florian Seydoux <florianseydoux_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2008 09:27:53 +0200

communitybot wrote:
> [...]
> Given the minor problem about revision property changes we had to fix,
> and bearing in mind that we now have one week's commits in the new
> repository, along with revprop changes, I would like to know if anyone
> can suggest any potential problems to look out for or any action to take.

except adapting *all* hook scripts (for notification, incremental copy,
as well as those for regular backup (cron), nothing special.

But you can also profit of the possiblity given by the linux "box" to do
additional things
(or, at least, in a much easy way): on-the-fly compression of the
incremental (post-commit),
rotation of the server's logs (if any); you can also profit of the
subversion-tools components,
like the really efficient svn-fast-backup).



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