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Re: Setting up two Parallel svn Servers across two countries

From: Adrien <hannibalbundy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 2 Jul 2008 17:34:23 +0200

Hi Patrick,

You can look at the write-through-proxying
it's a new feature of subversion 1.5. Nevertheless in this case, only the
checkout/update will be done localy, every checkin/commit must will be done
on a master server.

If this solution is not acceptable, take a look at
WANdisco <http://www.wandisco.com/>.


2008/7/2 Patrick du Boucher <patrick.duboucher_at_gmail.com>:

> Hi All,
> Basically, I need to enable users in two different countries to access the
> same svn repository *without* having the problem of slow and time consuming
> check-in/outs. (We can't count on lightning fast connection speeds!)
> I'm thinking of setting up an SVN server in one country and another in the
> second country.
> The problem I have is how to keep the two synchronised.
> What happens when one user checks into one server. how can I have those
> changes reflected in the second server?
> Or is there a better solution to my problem?
> Thanks so much
> Patrick
Received on 2008-07-02 17:34:50 CEST

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