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Multi-master setup with Apache and NFS feasible ?

From: Tobias Gierke <Tobias.Gierke_at_freenet-ag.de>
Date: Tue, 18 Aug 2009 10:36:58 +0200


For performance reasons, we're thinking about setting up two Apache
Servers that both provide access to a shared (FSFS) repository on NFS.
I've found quite a lot of different opinions on such a setup (with
regards to data corruption/locking issues), some are quite old and refer
to SVN <1.5.

Does anybody successfully use this kind of setup (running SVN 1.5.x on
Linux,can't upgrade to 1.6 right now) or should we just get faster
hardware (storage) for our master server and keep the other box as a
hot-standy (using the write-through proxy mechanism) ?




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