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Re: post-commit export

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2009b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Tue, 16 Jun 2009 19:44:21 -0500

On Jun 16, 2009, at 06:01, Justus Stadler_external wrote:

> Well... the project I'm working on has 2GB repository and a
> workingcopy of about 6GB(Data is 3GB). This is not done yet and
> might reach a total data of 5-6GB.
> So the repo will have about 4GB and an additional wc another 11GB.
> That's 15GB in total times 60+ projects.... = 900GB. To expensive
> to invest in a student ;-)

Ok, that is a lot of data. Still, you can get a 1TB hard drive for
under USD 100 now. I don't think a corporation would have a problem
spending $100 to avoid having to pay a developer to write and test an
unknown number of hours' worth of code. But since you mention this is
in an education setting I recognize the economics are a bit different.

You mention the reason for this endeavor is because some users don't
have but need access to the repository. Perhaps we should investigate
this. Why don't these users have access? Can that deficiency perhaps
be corrected to avoid needing to implement the other solutions we've
been talking about? If the users cannot get access to the original
repository, then do consider using svnsync to make a copy of the
repository on a server the users do have access to.


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