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Re: what are the hot copies for?

From: Jan Hendrik <list.jan.hendrik_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 13 Feb 2009 22:11:31 +0100

Concerning Re: what are the hot copies for?
Stephen Connolly wrote on 13 Feb 2009, 19:41, at least in part:

> 56Gb is the total size of the 40 or so repos.

I see. Wasn't sure you meant the actual repository size or a
dumpfile created through svnadmin dump as the latter is
magnitudes larger.

> hotcopy is not incremental AFAIK, so it would be the whole thing.

My understanding, too.

Only the developers can tell if errors/corruptions internal to the
BDB/FSFS repository could spread to svnsync slaves or would
raise an error and stop syncing under any circumstances.

Freedom quote:

     Doch zum Schluß vereint am Tische essen sie des Armen Brot.
               -- Bert Brecht, Dreigroschenoper (1928)


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