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Re: WinXP Env - successfully using repos WITHOUT SVNServe.EXE running. OK to do?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2008c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2008 16:35:10 -0500

On Jul 11, 2008, at 10:52, Paul Koning wrote:

>>>>>> "Michelle" == Michelle Smith <Smith> writes:
> Michelle> Thanks,
> Michelle> Up till now we have been using SVNSERVE.exe (and I'd be
> Michelle> more comfortable to continue to do so), however, our IT
> Michelle> department wants to shift us to this super-fast & large
> Michelle> array of disks.
> That's fine. Just keep on using svnserve, but put the repository on
> the SAN.
> By the way, the thing to watch out for is NAS (file server), not SAN
> (block servers). SANs are just fine, we use them all the time for our
> repositories. But keep the SVN server in the path.

I was told that you specifically need a SAN with a cluster file
system, and that a SAN without a cluster file system will not be ok.

P.S: Paul, can you do normal quoting please? This name-prefixed weird
quoting you do is not supported by Apple Mail so it can't color the
different levels of quoting differently so it's harder to read.

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